The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cusco (Latin: Cuschen(sis)) is a Latin Metropolitan archdiocese with see in the city and old Inca imperial capital of Cusco, in Peru.
Big cathedral. Lots of gold everywhere. A bit pricey for admission tho at $25 sol. The other, smaller cathedral down the street is only $10 sol and has amazing views as well
The Cathedral at first glance wouldn't seem that big, but upon entering the area, you'd find plenty of nooks and corners to go through. A Roman Catholic church completed in 1654 in Gothic-Renaissance style of architecture. The interior is filled with all kinds of precious metals-gold and silver-and gems. Of interest would be the Black Christ, which has a story of its divinity that when an earthquake happened and the Black Christ was taken out to the center of the city, the earthquake and fires stopped. If you can get an informative guide, you'd return with a wealth of information.
Really good place if you like architecture stunning building. Some amazing art work inside. So much to see and learn. Some amazing craftsmanship and historical facts definitely worth a visit must see if your there.
Magnificent, historical, beautiful...
It’s a place you can visit if you have time to... because it’s not a must!! If you have and religious do it in your free time
A massive cathedral built on the ruins of an Aztec Empire. How can I not give it five stars? The guinea pig last summer meal is just one of many highlights to this incredible structure. The cathedral next door is a little more bang for your buck, but this is an experience I was glad I did not miss.
Beautiful interior and a very interesting place to visit.