Salta is located in the amazing northwest part of Argentina, and it is also the name for the capital city of the Salta province. 
It’s known as “Salta, la linda” (Salta, the beautiful) and it deserves the name for its colonial architecture, the mysterious, colorful and desert landscapes of the province, and for the food, specially the famous ’empanadas’. The hospitality Salta people is unforgettable and the sights from the town of Salta are amazing but the church will fill your spirit 
I went to church almost everyday to give thanks and praise for all I had and to pray for those that are less fortunate and to pray for those that have gone before us.
The churches were amazing and Iglesia San Francisco is just spectacular and is a towering church with prominent white pillars is one of Salta’s most famous landmarks, often pictured on the city’s postcards. 
Iglesia San Francisco, blood-red coat of paint strikes the visitor, and so does the architecture of this beautiful church. Its foundations date to 1582, the year that Hernando de Lerma founded the city. A series of fires destroyed the original building, originally built in 1625; the structure was rebuilt in 1882 after a fire destroyed the old structure.  A 173 foot belfry houses a bell made from the bronze of cannons used in the Argentine War of IndependenceThe first thing you will notice is its beautiful purple color, the belfry, 53 meters in height, is the tallest in South America. The bell it holds is called Campana de la Patria (the bell of the fatherland) and it was made of metal from the cannons used in the Battle of Salta during the Argentine war of independence. In front of the church is a statue of St. Francis of Assisi. The San Francisco Church was made a historical monument in 1941, and elevated to the status of basilica in 1997. I also went to the Cathedral in Salta and it was amazing  
Every town  no matter how small had an active church and I went into pray also almost everyday . Even at the top of passes in the middle of the emptiness there were churches (below) and I did pray here was well 

I wrote this on Aconcagua holding my brothers ashes. Dear God, I humbly come before You on this mountain top and even though I am unworthy, only say the word and I shall be healed. Today in the wilderness and on this majestic mountain, I see Your greatness in all that surrounds us and the Heavens proclaim Your glory.

The majestic white capped mountains beneath the clear blue skies with the bright orb covering the earth in golden rays

and with the twinkling of stars at night, they all displays Your handiwork. The rolling hills and the green valleys cut by gushing streams below us disclose Your presence.

The roaring wind that bites at my face, tells of Your awesome power and Your divine voice sings through all of creation and it is Your creation alone. You have given me the ability to hear the music of the world on this special day and it proclaims You are in my midst and I are most grateful and thankful for the opportunity to witness these incredible things.

Dear God almighty, You are the most gracious and merciful and all praises and thanks we give to You and it is You alone that reigns over all that exists. You alone are the owner and judge of the day of resurrection and it is You alone that we worship with our entire heart, mind and strength and it is You alone that is in our hearts, minds and strength. It is You alone that is infinite, who was begotten and not made, who is the creator of all life, both seen and unseen, known and unknown and we humbly come before You on this most beautiful mountain top on this special day to ask You to bath those that have gone before us in Your warm light and grant them peace. In silent thoughts, we remember fondly and are thankful for the time we were able to share together.  We also pray that You will guide, lead and teach us in Your ways so that we can better serve You each and every day by helping those that are sick, the poor and the those that are less fortunate than we. These things we pray and all praise and honor be Yours, Amen