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The building is pretty cool, and there is some interesting history, but honestly it wasn’t that interesting. There are a couple rooms with some stones, and a few boards with history, but not much else. The garden in the back had a good view so...More
This attraction is about 10 mins away from the Plaza de Armas. It is a very beautiful building both during the day and at night. The museum is interesting to visit to understand the history of the people and culture.
This place is rather unique and special as actually a convent was built around an old Inka temple, which today still partially is visible. The convent itself is yet another sample of Spanish colonial architecture which to us seems so impressive, but is looked-at differently...More
I was keen to visit this site however on Sundays they only open at 2pm so getting there at the opening time meant a very large crowd. The ticket line moved fast and once in there is a lot to see. I move toward the...More
An old monastery built upon an even older Incan ruin makes for a very interesting visit, specially since the incan ruin can be seen from within the monastery, giving the place a very eclectic feel that i have not seen anywhere else.
This is a must go for history lovers. It was the ancient Inca Temple of Inti, the sun god, an it has impressively preserved structures of the original temple. I recommend you get a guide to walk you through the place since the offered information...More
The church building sits on top of what was once an Inka temple. Truly a shameful reminder how Catholicism destroys cultures and civilization. The surviving Inkan wall of interlocking polygonal rocks illustrates their architectural and mathematical genius. It’s fantastic that the Spanish Catholic conquistadores have...More
As you are not allowed to wander around the Convent on your own, you are taken around the building by an 'in-house' guide anyway. Our was fine and did a good job of highlighting all the points of interest.
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i don't know what time it is open but i loved seeing it from the inside. i didn't have a guide but still enjoyed it. there are signs on the walls that you can read. you can also get a guide inside if you wish. i loved the... More
i don't know what time it is open but i loved seeing it from the inside. i didn't have a guide but still enjoyed it. there are signs on the walls that you can read. you can also get a guide inside if you wish. i loved the inca stonework and then the church on top...sad but beautiful.