the architecture is very good. a good example of old lima still alive today
Prior to coming to Lima, we requested a visit to Torre Tagle Palace. Our phenomenal tour company, Lima Mentor, arranged a private tour that was one of the highlights of our time in Lima. The presevation of this historical building is a credit to Peru and provides a glimpse in to the lives of family from 1738.
Unluckily it is not open to the public, it is the main office of the Foreign Affairs Department, but it is a beautiful house with what would be the highest achievement in baroque box balconies; typical of colonial Lima.
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