Duration: 04 Hours
Departures: Morning 09:00 a.m. / 2:00 p.m. Evenings
Plaza de Armas: Surrounded by the Cathedral and various portals, Plaza de Armas has a beautiful bronze fountain of three plates crowned with the figure of a soldier of the sixteenth century. Cathedral of Arequipa is considered one of the early seventeenth century religious monuments in the city. It was built in ashlar (volcanic stone). Cloisters of the Company: This set consists of various buildings erected by the Jesuits for religious purposes as housing, forming a representative monument of religious architecture of the seventeenth century (1660).
Church of the Company: The current structure dates from 1650. It has about 66 paintings from the Cusco School, artists as Bernardo Bitti and Diego de la Puente. Tristan del Pozo House: This house is the best example of the ornamentation typical of Arequipa Monastery of St. Catherine: St. Catherine's Monastery, was founded in 1579, worked as a cloistered convent, has 3 cloisters and over a hundred cells, which are arranged along streets and passage 6.
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