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“A Must See for Those Interested in Art”

Ranked #87 of 173 things to do in Cusco
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Owner description: Located on the original site of the palace of the sixth Inca emperor, this museum features important pieces from Juan Zapata and other masters of Andean painting.
Reviewed May 25, 2013

If you are near the Plaza de Armas and have about 45 minutes to spare, take the block or two walk to the Museum of Religious Art. Free audio units are provided. The art that you will see reflects a fascinating blend of Christian and Inca imagery. This blending connected the Inca to the new faith. The audio explains this and other features of the art that you will see. If you are interested in the Cuscan school of art, then this museum is a must see!

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Reviewed September 10, 2012

there is so much religious art in Cusco, all the artist from the 16 century and up are incredible , the art of those days you can see different tendences

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Reviewed April 14, 2012

We were the only visitors. Included with religious buildings ticket. Needs variety. The visit lasted about 15-20 min, on the way to yet another church.

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