Templo de la Música

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This temple is an imitation of the temple of love and music in Versailles. The painter Francisco Salazar, who became an architect, tore down a wooden kiosk and put this temple in its place. Inaugurated on December 24, 1920, the temple served as the place for political speeches and even an exchange of powers. During the 20th century, orchestras and city bands used to offer concerts and serenades to the peasants. The temple was recently restored with the rest of Morazan Park. Nowadays, the San José City Band and the National Symphonic Orchestra offer concerts here, on special occasions.

Location:  Avenida 3, Calle 7, (Parque Morazán)