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Museo Palacio Arzobispal

Calle Hatunrumiyoc, Cusco, Peru
+51 1 4275790
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Right off the Paza de Armas

Another Great building on Inca Foundation. Around the corner to the left of the "12 sided stone" is... read more

Reviewed 12 January 2018
Vista, California
Not just a museum, also a monumental palace

The museum (which is accessed free of charge if you purchased the convenient “boleto del Circuito... read more

Reviewed 24 November 2017
Florence, Italy
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Calle Hatunrumiyoc, Cusco, Peru
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Reviewed 12 January 2018

Another Great building on Inca Foundation. Around the corner to the left of the "12 sided stone" is of course more stones but also retailers selling wares, One of the shops details some of the old stone work in the shape of Animals,Puma, Snake. worth...More

Thank Castlepete
Reviewed 24 November 2017

The museum (which is accessed free of charge if you purchased the convenient “boleto del Circuito religioso”, which also includes the Cathedral and the church of San Blas) is actually constituted by both the works of art it contains (ie mostly by the paintings of...More

1  Thank Brun066
Reviewed 20 September 2017 via mobile

Take the audio guide (we had to ask for it)! Great paintings and very nice wooden arts. It's worth to see in Cusco.

1  Thank kathrinw89
Reviewed 6 July 2017

My best reason for visiting Peru and ancient sites was to encounter and wonder at these superb monolithic stones and foundations built without Mortar, these stones are FIT to each other and will allow these walls to stand for millenium...

Thank WmnAud
Reviewed 29 May 2017

To appreciate this the most, I think it helps to have a guide as there are many subtleties. Really amazing stone work.

Thank sb2urist
Reviewed 6 May 2017

The art collection is stunning and teaches you an enormous amount about colonial Cuzco. The rooms about Diego Quispe are a complete surprise - I can't say more without spoiling it. Overall a delight for anyone with any training in art history.

Thank Rick V
Reviewed 7 April 2017

At first we had to ask for people for the 12 angled stone. If it were not for the guide that we met close to the stone, the visit would have been lost.

Thank Fábio E
Reviewed 6 April 2017

This place is in Cusco, beautiful street, also you can do some shopping around but the street is all stones the way you see it, just go and have fun!

Thank jbarrantes2017
Reviewed 25 March 2017

How the Incas managed to build these amazing structures with their bare hands never ceases to amaze. Truly an incredible place to visit.

Thank JMcMau
Reviewed 15 March 2017

Beautiful building that illustrates what the church did to eliminate the local culture. The doors and floors are uniquely ornate, the central patio with the fountain is very pretty too.

Thank msr79
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