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This great palace is also situated in the main square - Plaza Mayor. It is the official residence of the President of Peru and the seat of government. The building is very Grande and impressive. The Palace is fantastic. The changing of the Guards takes...More
Another great building occupying the north side of Plazer Mayor. This palace is used as the official residency of the Peruvian president as well as being the central seat of the Peruvian government. Not built until the 1930's, the builders gave it an impressive elegant...More
This is the residence of the President of Peru and the official seat of Parliament. The outside structure is quite impressive but it only dates back to the 1930's as most of the building was destroyed at various times by earthquakes. I read that seeing...More
Sitting on the north side of the Plaza de Armas, the block-long Government Palace is the official residence of Peru’s President and his family. It’s a working palace with several hundred employees. The location has a fascinating history, some of it quite violent. Francisco Pizarro,...More
This is the crown jewel of the Plaza de Armas and houses the Presidency and all key ministries. There is a daily changing of the guard with band, pomp and circumstances. Mid-day is the time to visit - foot traffic is fluid.
We began another walking tour of this historic city stopping at Government Palace, notable among these buildings in Plaza Mayor. The palace was originally the House of Pizarro. We were in time for the changing of the guard but whistles were frequently blown as those...More
Response from Mauricio B | Reviewed this property |
Hola, Como estas?, realmente no te sabría decir, pues visité la plaza y disfruté de la magnificencia del palacio desde la vista exterior, pero no ingresé ni supe si esto era posible, podrías averiguarlo allí mismo