|San Miguel de Jají|
|Municipalities||Campo Elías Municipality|
|Elevation||1,781 m (5,843 ft)|
It is now a planned village, restored in the twentieth century in Spanish Colonial style, and a major tourist destination. It has guest houses, a museum and a colonial-style church. Jají opened in 1971 after its reconstruction was started in 1968. The restoration salvaged the facades and retained doors, windows and original bars more than 400 years old.
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