The Southern Andes and Lake Titicaca Sights

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Arequipa 19

Puno 8

Lake Titicaca 6

Chivay 2

Cotahuasi Village and Vicinity 2

Pomata 1

Chucuito 1

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Amantani Island

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This island has a small set of pre-Inca ruins, but its greatest feature is the mainly agrarian society, whose traditional way of life...

Anapia and Yuspique Island

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In the Winaymarka section of Lake Titicaca, near the Bolivian border, are the Aymara-language islands of Anapia and Yuspique. This off-the-beaten...

Casa Goyeneche

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This attractive Spanish-colonial home was built in 1888. Ask the guard for a tour, and you'll enter through a pretty courtyard and an...

Casa Tristan del Pozo

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This small museum and art gallery, sometimes called Casa Ricketts, was built in 1738 and is now the Banco Continental. Look for the elaborate...

Casa del Moral

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One of the oldest architectural landmarks from the Arequipa Baroque period was named for the ancient mora tree (mulberry tree) growing...

Casona Iriberry

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Unlike the other mansions, Casona Iriberry has religious overtones. Small scriptures are etched into its structure, exemplifying Arequipa's...

Cataratas de Sipia

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Below the village of Cotahuasi is the valley of Piro, the gateway to the canyon, which is close to this 150-meter (492-foot), three-tiered...


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Etchings of flowers, fruits, and mermaids playing an Andean guitar called the charango grace the entrance of the Spanish baroque-style...


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You can't miss the imposing twin bell towers of this 1612 cathedral, with a facade guarding the entire eastern flank of the Plaza de...

Cerrito de Huajsapata

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A statue honoring Manco Cápac, the first Inca and founder of the Inca Empire, sits on this hill overlooking Puno. Legend has it that...