Museum of Religious Art of Cuzco

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Built on the ruins of Inca Roca's palace, the residence of the Marquis of Buenavista features, among others, two delightful Moorish-Andalusian patios adorned with azulejos, a gilt sitting room with a Mudejar-style painted ceiling and a small chapel. A dozen rooms of the Museo de Arte religioso house a remarkable collection of French and Spanish furniture, altarpieces and above all, religious art, including a hundred 17C and 18C canvases, most of which are Baroque paintings by the Cuzco School.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Angle Hatun-Rumiyoc et Palacios

Opening hours

8am-6pm, Sun 10am-6pm - S/10 or boleto religioso

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