Like almost every cathedrals in Peru, also located in the Plaza de Armas. This one is the highest place in the square..almost like watching to everybody...Beautiful from outside and simple from the inside. Beautiful!
Like most folks, were were in Puno to visit Lake Titicaca. Having arrived a day in advance of our island visits, this was a place to visit in Puno. The architecture is some of the more interesting in Puno, and it's centrally located. It's worth a visit if you are already in Puno. I'd hesitate to suggest you come to... 更多
I went with a local friend of mine early in the morning to a mass in order to enter for free and see the Cathedral in the inside. After 9 am you Need to pay, I m not sure how much anymore, but all the churches around are pretty pricy like 30-70 soles.. Very attractive in the inside. Interesting to... 更多
This is a very nice, but standard Catholic Church. It has a beautiful exterior architecture at the front; however, it does not have as much as some other churches inside. Anyone can go and have a look anyway since the entrance is free.
In this plaza, Puno is a city in southeastern Peru, capital of the department of Puno and Puno province. It was named after San Carlos de Puno, 1668. The Virgen de la Candelaria, in the heart of the plaza, was declared a cultural heritage by UNESCO in November, 2012. Just like the Plaza de Armas of Cusco, the “Tourist Street”... 更多
As many cities in Peru, the Cathedral is located in the main square, the Plaza de Armas. This barroque building is unimpressive if you came from Europe, specially the barren interior. Nonetheless, the façade is very rich, with sculptures of saints, animals anda mythical creatures like mermaids. You should find that "Latin America flavour" in the neons, lights and colourful... 更多