This imposing white Spanish colonial church overlooks Recoleta Cemetery. While many step inside to see the worship area, few take the time to explore the religious art museum within the former convent area, full of gorgeous pieces from Buenos Aires's early years. A step back in time, the convent retains the original flooring, stairs, walls, and other components from its 1732 construction. Most interesting are the windows with special panes, made from agate so that light could come into the structure, but the nuns would be hidden. Other highlights include the ecclesiastical wardrobes on display.