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Dominating the northeast side of the Plaza de Armas, this magnificent renaissance-style, 16th-century building is in the shape of a Latin cross and contains nearly 400 colonial paintings including the Last Supper by Marcos Zapata.
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Part of our tour, this massive cathedral holds so many details of the history of Cusco. Gold leaf tabernacles, paintings and cedar carvings that are mild blowing. Worthwhile going with a tour to explain all the details of this massive Cathedral
The cathedral is ver interesting with many intricately carved alters clad in gold leaf. To appreciate the many paintings and sculptures it is probably better to have a guide to point things out.
Don't miss The Last Supper with the aposles all sitting around a...More
This place is nice as a museum, you will find many paintaing belong to the old local people, the worse is that you must pay 25 soles, and the next day I saw that people got it for free during the morning in the masses...More
There is no overlooking the majestic Renaissance-style Cusco Cathedral on the Plaza de Armas. This is really a complex of 3 churches, joined together, that includes the Church of the Holy Family and the Church of Triumph. Completed in 1654, the Cathedral took a mere...More
My visit to Peru drove home the unbelievable atrocity the Spanish unleashed on the hapless locals, decimating them and stripping them of their rich culture, simple heritage and limitless engineering skills. All in the name of religion.
The beauty is that the Inca survived that...More