This old Inca dwelling is situated on the right hand side of the Huatanay River, on the flanks of Silkincanchi. It was ... More
This old Inca dwelling is situated on the right hand side of the Huatanay River, on the flanks of Silkincanchi. It was converted into a village at the end of the 17th century. The ruins here, once controlled the access to the city during Inca times. This village is popular today because of its more than 40 "chicharron" (fried pork) restaurants lining the streets. Transportation to the city is available from 6am-7pm daily.
Gallery, museum and auditorium, this is one of the principal cultural centers of Cusco. It was originally constructed in the
16th century over the Amaru Cancha ("House of the Serpent", the animal which symbolizes knowledge.) It was rebuilt after ...
The Dominicans were the first Catholic order to arrive in Cusco. They constructed this convent upon Koricancha ("Field of Gold"),
the most important Inca sanctuary that was dedicated to the cult of the Sun, and where they stored their ...
One of the most imposing buildings in the city, the cathedral is among the first built in the Americas (preceded
only by the cathedrals of Mexico and Lima). La Catedral was built upon the palace of Inca Viracocha and ...
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