Andean Baroque Route Guide

What is the Route of the Andean Baroque?

Our religious order, The Society of Jesus, was the last congregation to arrive to Peru. This was a result of the Viceroy Don Francisco de Toledo’s...

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Cusco and Quispicanchi Province.

Cusco, one of the most important cities in our country, is located at 3350 above sea level and its population, according to the 2007 census, is between 348 935 people...

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The Church of The Society of Jesus.

One of the most remembered images visitors in Cusco have is participating in the special atmosphere that our Main Square has...

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The Church of San Pedro Apostle of Andahuaylillas.

During our journey to our second stop, the characteristic smell of burned clay will draw your attention. We are passing by the town of Piñipampa...

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The Church of San Juan Bautista of Huaro.

Huaro is located very close to Andahuaylillas town. The road Cusco-Urcos divides them in two and it becomes their main street...

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Chapel of the Purified Virgin of Canincunca.

Our last destination is a small chapel that was built really close to Urcos town, capital of the Quispicanchi Province...

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