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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


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Province
State
Place
Location
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Peru
Cuzco
Plaza Regocijo
 View of the plaza.
Peru
Cuzco
Plaza Regocijo
 Fountain and cloisters.
Peru
Cuzco
 Street scene in the old city.
Peru
Cuzco
 The market in front of San Fransisco Church.
Peru
Cuzco
 Pottery sellers.
Peru
Cuzco
 Plaza Nazarenas.
Peru
Cuzco
 Colonial buildings with Inca foundations.
Peru
Cuzco
 Inca foundations.
Peru
Cuzco
Santo Domingo Church
 Santo Domingo Church is built on the site of Qorikancha Temple.
Peru
Cuzco
Santo Domingo Church
 The church has a Byzantine style courtyard.
Peru
Cuzco
Santo Domingo Church
 The hexagonal fountain.
Peru
Cuzco
Santo Domingo Church
 The convent.
Peru
Cuzco
 Plaza San Blas.
Peru
Cuzco
Church of la Merced
 The two storey cloister.
Peru
Cuzco
 Balcony on the Archbishops' Palace.
Peru
Cuzco
 Decorated door in a colonial building.
Peru
Cuzco
Juan Bravo Mural
 The mural by Juan Bravo was completed in 1992 and shows Peruvian history. This part covers early Inca history.
Peru
Cuzco
Juan Bravo Mural
 The mural is on Avenida del Sol. The Spanish conquest of the Inca Empire.
Peru
Cuzco
Juan Bravo Mural
 The Independence of Peru from Spain and the signature of the muralist.
Peru
Sacred Valley
 One of the many Quechua villages in the Sacred Valley.
Peru
Sacred Valley
Pisac
 Pisac lies in the Urubamba River Valley, part of the Inca Sacred Valley.
Peru
Sacred Valley
Pisac
 Pisac is at 2800m.
Peru
Sacred Valley
Pisac
 Pisac is famous for its weekly market.
Peru
Sacred Valley
 Small village near Pisac.
Peru
Sacred Valley
 Urubamba is a village at 2750m.
Peru
Sacred Valley
Chinchero
 Chinchero is a village set on a shelf over the Urubamba Valley.
Peru
Sacred Valley
Chinchero
 Wall painting in the church.
Peru
Sacred Valley
Ollantaytambo
 Ollantaytambo (2800m) is an Andean village built on the ruins of an Inca settlement.
Peru
Sacred Valley
Ollantaytambo
 Original Inca foundations.
Peru
Sacred Valley
Ollantaytambo
 The village is set in the extreme North of the Urubamba Valley.
Peru
Inca Trail
Llullucha Valley
 Stone Inca style house.
Peru
Inca Trail
Llullucha Valley
 A small settlement at 2900m.
Peru
Aguas Calientes
 The village of Aguas Calientes is little more than a railways station 600m below Machu Picchu.
Peru
Aguas Calientes
 Railside restaurant.
Peru
Aguas Calientes
 The market.
Peru
Aguas Calientes
 A hotel, part of the railway station.
Peru
Arequipa
Plaza del Armas
 The Plaza del Armas is the centre of Arequipa (2325m).
Peru
Arequipa
Plaza del Armas
 The plaza is surrounded by two storey arcades.
Peru
Arequipa
Plaza del Armas
 Restaurant overlooking the plaza.
Peru
Arequipa
 The Spanish city dates from 1540.
Peru
Arequipa
 The city's buildings are made of sillar, a light coloured volcanic rock.
Peru
Arequipa
La Compania
 La Compania dates from 1698.
Peru
Arequipa
La Compania
 The cloisters are now offices.
Peru
Arequipa
Cathedral
 The entrance.
Peru
Arequipa
Cathedral
 The interior.
Peru
Arequipa
 One of many archways in the city.
Peru
Arequipa
Goyaneche Palace
 Goyaneche Palace is now a bank.
Peru
Arequipa
Goyaneche Palace
 Coats of arms in the courtyard.
Peru
Arequipa
Goyaneche Palace
 Carved leatherwork.
Peru
Arequipa
 Street scene in the old city.
Peru
Arequipa
 Carved figure at an archway.
Peru
Arequipa
 Santo Domingo Church is typical of the architecture of the city.
Peru
Arequipa
La Recoleta
 La Recoleta is a Fransiscan Monastery.
Peru
Arequipa
La Recoleta
 A courtyard made from sillar, a white volcanic stone.
Peru
Arequipa
La Recoleta
 Passageway.
Peru
Arequipa
Santa Catalina
 The Convent of Santa Catalina is a walled complex covering two blocks.
Peru
Arequipa
Santa Catalina
 The convent is like a city within a city.
Peru
Arequipa
Santa Catalina
 One of many pastel coloured squares in the convent.
Peru
Arequipa
Santa Catalina
 Much of the convent is blue and ocre.
Peru
Arequipa
Santa Catalina
 View of the convent alleyways.
Peru
Arequipa
Santa Catalina
 Residential area with flowers.
Peru
Arequipa
Santa Catalina
 Curved residential street.
Peru
Arequipa
Santa Catalina
 Carved wooden door.
Peru
Arequipa
Santa Catalina
 Small garden.
Peru
Arequipa
Santa Catalina
 Water well.
Peru
Arequipa
Santa Catalina
 Entrance to a chapel.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Chivay
 The village of Chivay at 3650m.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Chivay
 House and terraces near the village.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Yanque
 The walled village of Yanque.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Maca
 The village of Maca.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Maca
 The village is set in the floor of the valley at 3262m.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Maca
 The village extends over a large area.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Maca
 Maca was hit by an earthquake in 1991.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Maca
 The church has earthquake damage from the 1991 earthquake.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Maca
 View from the church.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Maca
 Thatched houses.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Pinchullo
 The village of Pinchullo.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Pinchullo
 The main church dominates the village.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Pinchullo
 The village is on a shelf overlooking the canyon.
Peru
Colca Canyon
Pinchullo
 View of the village.
Peru
Lima
 The Presidential Palace dominates the central Plaza del Armas.
Peru
Lima
 The Cathedral dates from 1746.
Peru
Lima
 Statue of Fransisco Pizzaro, the Spanish conqueror of the Incas.
Peru
Lima
 The Archbishops' Palace in Lima (1924).
Peru
Lima
Monastery of San Fransisco
 The Church and Monastery of San Fransisco dates from 1674.
Peru
Lima
Monastery of San Fransisco
 The cloisters enclose a garden.
Peru
Lima
Monastery of San Fransisco
 Tiles from Seville.
Peru
Lima
Museum of the Spanish Inquisition
 The Museum of the Spanish Inquisition.
Peru
Lima
Museum of the Spanish Inquisition
 The museum is set in a former palace.
Peru
Santa Valley
Huaraz
 Huaraz (3053m) is the largest town in the Santa Valley.
Peru
Santa Valley
 Settlement on the fertile valley floor.
Peru
Santa Valley
Mancos
 The village of Mancos is dominated by Huascaran.
Peru
Santa Valley
Mancos
 The 6655m high peak of Huascaran North.
Peru
Santa Valley
 Settlement on the slopes of a shelf above the valley.
Peru
Santa Valley
 Small house.
Peru
Trujillo
 Trujillo is a city of painted buildings with carved balconies and ornate grills.
Peru
Trujillo
 Carved wooden corner balcony.
Peru
Trujillo
 Ornate metal window grill.
Peru
Trujillo
 Typical building in the city.
Peru
Trujillo
 Trujillo was founded in 1536 by Pizarro.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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