The towering neogothic Catedral de San Carlos de Bariloche is hard to miss as you traverse the cityscape; it's also well worth a visit. Standing regally in a lawn of well manicured grass and picturesque trees, this commanding white stone structure dates back to 1947, designed by Argentinean artist and architect Alejandro Bustillo. Within its glass doors you'll encounter simple but magnificent pillars, stained-glass windows and religious statues that are situated in such a way as to evoke reverence and awe from those who enter. Suffice it to say, even if you're not the churchgoing type, a visit to this landmark of Bariloche is a unique and worthwhile experience.
Location:Almirante O’Connor Avenue and Beschtedt St., Bariloche