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Archbishops Palace, Lima

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  • The Palace of the old Plaza de Armas. Building on the square do it because a wooden Bay window is similar to basic but gorgeous buildings of stone, so that it stands out.
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  • The place is really cute. We also had a really good guide who was very aware of the information to hand.
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  • Also located in the Plaza Mayor, highlight your wonderful "balcone" of wood, impeccably maintained and in harmony with the yellow of the building. Still, I don't have time or can't visit it is worth contemplation and take lots of pictures.
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  • A lot of XVIIth and XVIIIth c. religious paintings in this charming neo-colonial style house.
  • Nice , good help
  • The Archbishop's Palace is located in the main square of the historical centre of the city of Lima. It was normally closed. It was opened to the public in 2010 by Cardinal Juan Luis Cipriani. It is located on the left side of the Cathedral of Lima and the Presidential Palace. The admission of 30 soles is used to restore works, recalling that there was an earthquake damage that part of the city. Among the most striking are the relics of santa rosa and santo toribio de mogrovejo. Highly recommended visit
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  • Very nice and trankilo to have a good time the tour inside the Cathedral excellent and very well explained to my daughter liked it and understood too
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  • The palacio Arzobispal de Lima is located in the Apple that Francisco Pizarro allocated, after the Foundation of the city on January 18, 1535, to make it the House episcopal, being used the place as a venue for the cabildo of Lima in the first years of the Viceroyalty. The former headquarters of the Archbishopric had its facade balconies of various designs along its facade and several accesses, on one of which was the coat of arms of the Archdiocese, in the Plaza Mayor.
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