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Reviewed May 20, 2012

Only viewed it from the outside- but spectacular at night!

Date of experience: May 2012
Thank Mikaela K
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Reviewed May 19, 2012

The natural beauty of this place is heart-warming. Please include in your itinerary

Date of experience: May 2012
Thank Surya P
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Reviewed May 15, 2012

Fanscinating clash of cultures to be witnessed here- Qorikancha (ancient Inka) and Santo Domingo (Spanish Catholicism) come together to form the perfect illustration of the clash of Andean culture with the Western Europe.

Date of experience: August 2011
Thank Sarrahe
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Reviewed May 14, 2012

Beautiful! Learning how the incas built their temples to withstand earthquakes, capture the sun movements to calendarize the year. Wealth of knowledge and history.

Date of experience: May 2012
Thank Sheryl J
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Reviewed May 12, 2012

The Spanish conquistadores typically built a monastery over the most important Inca temple in Cusco, but much of the original masonry has survived in excellent condition, showing just how skilled the indigenous builders were -it looks as if it were built last week. There´s also the monastery with lots of big religious oil paintings in ostentatious gold frames, as if to try and offset the Incan remains, which in my opinion they fail to do miserably. Well worth a visit.

Date of experience: May 2012
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