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It is believed there was already a small chapel built on an Inca temple, which was used as an Indian Reduction at the end of the XVI century, building of the temple as we know it began in 1610, through the initiative of the parish priest Juan Perez...more
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The decor of this small town church is fantastic, with gold, silver and a magnificent panted ceiling. It is on the square in this town and worth a stop on a tour of the Southern Sacred Valley. This area is not as popular as the...More
One would never expect a church of this splendour and magnitude in this sleepy place. Fab, awesome, incredible, I am lost for words. The surroundings are worth visiting too. The men in the plaza mayor were hilarious.
This magnificent church has been nicknamed the “Sistine Chapel of the Andes” for its magnificent mural paintings, impressive artistry and beauty. Built by Jesuits in the 16th century over the ceremonial space of an Inca temple and a chapel, it was decorated by Luis de...More
From the outside this church looks like it’s very old and run down. Once you go inside it’s unbelievable. The detail of the work and the goldleaf was incredible. Wish we could’ve took pictures but they said we couldn’t. Great place to use the bathrooms....More
We stopped off here on our journey to Cusco from Puno. This beautiful church is modest externally but step inside and it is a architectural delight of gold, gold and more gold, It is consider a major attraction for visitors due to the quality of...More
San Pedro Apostol de Andahuaylillas is an architectural gem in a small town on the road to Cusco. We stopped here on our Inka Bus tour from Puno to Cusco. Surprising to find such a stunning church in a relatively out of the way spot,...More
Size: This is a very large church/chapel...it is NOT a monstrous cathedral (like several in Cusco)
Condition: The building is in very good condition, as are the ornate displays inside.
Entrance Fee: We had to pay a fee to enter but our guide paid it...More
Response from rutadelbarrocoandino | Property representative |
Hola, disculpa la demora de la respuesta. El costo de ingreso es de 15 soles extranjeros, 10 soles nacionales y estudiantes. El boleto te permite el ingreso a 3 iglesias en total: Andahuaylillas, Huaro y Canincunca. Para más... More
Hola, disculpa la demora de la respuesta. El costo de ingreso es de 15 soles extranjeros, 10 soles nacionales y estudiantes. El boleto te permite el ingreso a 3 iglesias en total: Andahuaylillas, Huaro y Canincunca. Para más detalles, recomendamos visite la web Ruta del Barroco Andino, sección: Planea tu visita