El Convento de Santo Domingo es un convento de la Orden de Predicadores en la ciudad del Cuzco (Perú), construido sobre el templo del Coricancha.
Fue Juan Pizarro, hermano del conquistador, quien cedió a la congregación el terreno del templo aborigen, luego de haberlo recibido en la repartición de solares ocurrida en octubre de 1534.
|Lunes||8:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Martes||8:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Miércoles||8:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Jueves||8:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Viernes||8:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Sábado||8:30 AM – 5:30 PM|
Peter Strauss | feb. 4, 2018
The most interesting historical site in Cusco with the most significance to the Inca Empire and the most interesting intersection between Incas and Spanish architecture and beliefs. Definitely get a guide otherwise you won't know what you're looking at.. unless you're an Incan historian or something.
Deepali Kulkarni | dic. 26, 2017
I think this is the best temple in Cusco and by far has one of the most gruesome history not this area. Spanish came, destroyed, looted, then built a church on top of the temple but most of the history is lost. True to the whole area, this temple tells the history and if you take the guided tour you will know a lot more then what you can read about it. I think views from here are amazing and at one point this would have been the best and richest temple in this area.
Rims Recho | dic. 3, 2017
Impressive place where you can contemplate the details of there precise architecture! Amazing to think this temple dedicated to the sun was covered of gold on both walls and floors... Typical of Incas style this site should be the first step of the sacred valley as it is central, well preserved and the capital of this ancient civilization.
Lili Fandrich | ene. 23, 2018
An amazing museum. The gardens are gorgeous, and the 2 main paintings by a local artist are lovely.
Rene Sabillon | ene. 2, 2018
Beautiful place to visit, of you're in cusco this is a must visit place. The history of this place is amazing, it shares infrastructure of the Incas combined with the ones of the Spanish conquerors.
Holly Valles | abr. 22, 2018
Wonderful museum!! So much to see and read about. I wish I had more time to spend hours here.
Rodrigo Alves dos Santos | abr. 7, 2018
A must-see sight in Cusco. The ruins in Qorikancha are very well preserved and the sight is amazing.
Damon McNeil | may. 14, 2018
Qorikancha is a real cool temple in Cusco with a lot of history. It houses the temple of the sun which showcases some pretty impressive advanced methods used to determine the times of day, seasons, etc. I recommend the guided tour cause there is a lot more to the place than what you can gather by just walking around. Very cool photo opportunities.
Jaime Ochoa | jun. 2, 2018
one of the many attractions near the center of Cuzco city. great place to visit with friends and family.
Steven Hung | may. 1, 2018
It was great to walk in and see the skillful stone work created by the Inca. There is a separate museum underneath that has a totally different entry fee that I'm not sure is worth as much as to see the grounds (although the museum entry is covered in the tourist ticket while the main grounds is not).
Toby Morrison | may. 10, 2018
Avoid 2pm-4pm which is when bus loads of tours arrive and pack the place out. Outside of those times it would be much nicer and easier to appreciate without it being so hectic.
Rodrigo Martinez Medina | jul. 14, 2018
Entrance is included in cusco boleto turistico. But it's kind of a scam as you only get access to a small dark deteriorated museum with few pieces of old in a stuff. And very confusing and poorly written explanations ( both in Spanish and english). The scaled designs of the place as well as the whole things seems like designed by a 6yo kid. After that you get access to a garden on the back part of the place. But if you wanna access the cool stuff you need to go to the church around the corner and pay again 15 soles ( yes, Peruvians from cusco area are taking your money again and again). Not worth it at all
David M | ago. 6, 2018
A beautiful museum that commentates and preserves the ancient Incan temple as well as the more contemporary Spanish monastery which now stands above it. A beautiful building with great views of Cuzco also. The Incan stone masonry will leave you absolutely gob smacked
Dan Gazit | jul. 24, 2018
One of the best examples of Inca architecture and stone masonry, this temple was the center of the Inca's Cusco and the most important temple. It was desecrated, looted and destroyed by the Spaniards in the 16th century, who also built a church over it. The remaining Inca structures survived several earthquakes through the centuries, much more than the church above.
Rodrigo Martinez Medina | jul. 26, 2018
Entrance is included in cusco boleto turistico. But it's kind of a scam as you only get access to a small dark deteriorated museum with few pieces of old stuff. And very confusing and poorly written explanations ( both in Spanish and english). The scaled designs of the place as well as the whole things seems like designed by a 6yo kid. After that you get access to a garden on the back part of the place. But if you wanna access the cool stuff you need to go to the church around the corner and pay again 15 soles ( yes, Peruvians from cusco area are taking your money again and again). Not worth it at all
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