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I did not know that it will be so easy to see villagers from trib is so easy in here.
You can see ruin, daily life, and markets even learning how to wave here.
Villagers are everywhere in the market who are trying to sell...More
For such a small town this is a very well preserved and decorated church. That said by the time we got here we had seen so many that we were weary of churches and because there is less gold it failed to energise us. Compared...More
Visiting this high ruin/church was quite an eye opener. The church build right on top of the Inca Temple made me think. I admire the people in their acceptance of this invasion and wondered what made the men of old do such a thing. We...More
There is a haunting charm about this ancient colonial church constructed on an Inca foundation like so many Peruvian churches. It feels old, although others have felt it was in need of updating, I found it perfect just the way it is. Located on a...More
Arrived late after a day trip trough the sacred valley, - and the church was closed! No explanation why. In front of the church, a huge plaza with the sunday market. A lot of ladies with there own handicraft/needlework laid on a blanket - only...More
I have little interest in churches and their contents so such visits do not rate highly in my reviews. This did have some interesting features which our guide enthused about. There was also a small market area in the grounds for locals to sell their...More
A lovely church with colorful murals, locals selling woolen wear, Inca terraces and great sights can all be found in this one place. Worth visiting. The climb is easy and on a cool day you will enjoy it.
We had a good trip to Peru and I especially enjoyed the sites. You cannot take pictures inside the church which is too bad as it was very interesting. The one statute of St. James riding over a Moor and then an Indian was rather...More