The convent is near the main Plaza, and very worthwhile to visit for its art and history. The Inka temples under the convent were destroyed by the Spanish in the late 1500s, but rediscovered and excavated after the last major earthquake. The architecture, engineering, and design of the temples is truly amazing. The Sun Temple was one of the most important Inka temples in the empire.
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