An impressive Inca sanctuary which is considered, along with Cusco, to be the main place of worship in pre-Hispanic Peru. It ... More
Oráculo de Pachacámac
An impressive Inca sanctuary which is considered, along with Cusco, to be the main place of worship in pre-Hispanic Peru. It is made from adobe bricks and inside you'll find the Templo del Sol, the Templo de Urpi Wachak and the Templo de la Luna or Acllawasi. Its Quechua name means "that which gives life to the world". It is surrounded by various monuments, with temples, small palaces and carefully restored houses, and a spacious museum which contains a collection of archaelogical pieces discovered in the area during the excavations.
The construction for the first church and cloisters of the Dominican Order was completed in 1578. The Altar de Los
Santos Peruanos; a magnificent neo classical Altar to The Peruvian Saints is decorated in turquoise and gold. Other highlights ...
Inspired from the architecture of the Palace de Justice in Brussels and designed by the architect Bruno Paprocki, it was
built on the site where a prison once stood. The Great Hall is surrounded by columns and decorated with ...
This enormous state building exemplifies the architecture of the military government of the 70s. It was re opened as a
museum in 1990, and today has four floors of exhibitions. There are replicas of pre colonial life, along with ...