This place is a music school, one with a National prize for doing it, only the best ones enter it, so as you enter you are going to hear beautiful and peaceful classic mussic as people are rehearsing. Its kind of mysterious and it has a very nice Architecture for the people who love it.
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There are actually no roses here -- don't want you to be disappointed! The gardens are named for the nearby Santa Rosa de Lima church.
There is, however, classic colonial architecture, carefully-trimmed topiary, and you can hear the sounds of pianos and strings being practiced. It's a very green and peaceful spot.