Church of Santa Catalina in Cusco

The church of Santa Catalina is one of the churches of Cusco with more history since there, was the 'Acllahuasi' or 'House of the chosen ones'. It is located just 100 meters from the city's Main Square. Currently, in addition to being a church, it has a convent and museum where the relics and historical pieces of the monastic cloister are exhibited. The cost of the visit is 8 Peruvian soles per person (approximately 2.5 US dollars).

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Church of Belén in Cusco

The temple was born in 1550 as an Indian parish. The 1650 earthquake caused its rebuilding as a church. Its main effigy is the Virgin of Bethlehem.

Church of Belén in Cusco

Church and convent of Santa Clara in Cusco

This Cusco temple is known as the resplendent church for its interior decoration with mirrors. It was a cloister for mestizo girls of Inca origin.

Church and convent of Santa Clara in Cusco

Andahuaylillas Church

This church in the south of Cusco is famous for its canvases, murals and baroque decoration. It is included in the South Valley Tour or the Andean Baroque Circuit.

Andahuaylillas Church