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When we visited there were only 2 other people visiting. The house is just away from the square and not obvious if you don't know where to look. Own by a major bank, it contains furniture, paintings and maps as well as a collection of...More
Very beautiful house. The furnishings don't originally belong to the house but they still have historical value. A guide showed me around and gave a lot of information. She was insecure about her English, said some visitors rejected her as a guide because she was...More
This house is worth stopping by - there's a little information about the house and its occupants and some nice art and a room full of old maps of South America, as well as a display of old banknotes. It won't take you long but...More
This is a beautiful and well preserved mansion, with unique pieces of furniture, work of art and even very important documents. Quite unique for those who admire it. On the other hand, for those who're trying to visit cultural places in Arequipa without, that level...More