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Church of San Blas (Iglesia de San Blas), Cusco
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The oldest church in Cusco, Church of San Blas (Iglesia de San Blas) dates back to the early 16th century. This adobe-style church may not impress you with its size, but its interior decorations certainly will. The real highlight is the pulpit, carved from a single tree stump and considered one of the most impressive pieces of woodwork in the Americas. Plan to see Church of San Blas (Iglesia de San Blas) and other attractions that appeal to you using our Cusco vacation route planner.
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La Iglesia de San Blas tiene como mayor atractivo el púlpito, tallado en una sola pieza de madera, se ve cada detalle, cada parte del púlpito bien tratado.The Church of San Blas has as main attraction the pulpit, carved out of a single piece of wood, see every detail, every part of the pulpit well treated.show original
A Catedral por fora é linda, porém quando visitamos seu interior ficamos boquiabertas com a arquitetura toda em mármore e os altares em ouro. Lindo!The Cathedral is beautiful on the outside, but when we visited we were inside JAWS drop with the architecture all in marble and gold altars. Beautiful!show original
Si tratta di una piccola chiesa costruita in "Adobe" ossia in mattoni di fango e paglia asciugati al sole e si trova nel quartiere di San Blas, (quartiere degli artisti). Semplicissima la facciata ma ... read more »It is a small church built in "Adobe" or mud and straw bricks dried in the Sun and is located in the District of San Blas, (artists ' quarter). Simple facade but inside has a wonderful carved wooden altar covered with gold foil in Baroque style.show original
Richard CastroVisit Church erected on an Inca sanctuary in the city of Cusco in Peru, the Temple of San Blas, and the thing I found most beautiful in the world, a jewel of colonial art, is a pulpit in the Plateresque style dedicated to the Virgin of the good created by a called evanista event Juan Tomas Tuirutupac Inca. It has 1,200 pieces with 70 different Cedar filigree figures, consists of a baffle, backrest, lid and Base where this reflected the image of the Virgen del Buen Suceso and the evangelists Matthew, mark, John and Luke.show original
Incas Advisorneighborhood SAN BLAS traditional #CUSCO #INCASADVISOR takes you to get to know themshow original
Julien DuboisTo see for carved wooden chair, still more beautiful than that of the Cathedral, and artist who has devoted 25 years...show original
Victor ColladoIt is a place very beautiful I'm from puebla Mexicoshow original
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