The Government Palace or House of Pizarro (Palacio de Gobierno or Casa de Pizarro in Spanish) is the Residence of the President of Peru. The initial structure was built by Francisco Pizarro as Governor. Then, it was used by the Viceroys of the Viceroyalty of Peru. ...more on Wikipedia about "Government Palace (Peru)"
The Hacienda San José is located in the city of Chincha in the Ica Province of Peru. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hacienda San José (Ica, Peru)"
This is a list of hospitals in Peru. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of hospitals in Peru"
The National Library of Peru is a national library located in Lima, Peru. It is the country's oldest and most important library. ...more on Wikipedia about "National Library of Peru"
The San Francisco de Arequipa Cathedral ("Catedral San Francisco de Arequipa", in Spanish) is located in the " Plaza de Armas" of the city of Arequipa, province of Arequipa, Peru. It is the most important temple of the city and Diocesis of Arequipa since it is the base of the Archibishop and Metropolitan council. The cathedral is also considered one of Peru's most unique and famous colonial cathedrals since the Spanish conquest. ...more on Wikipedia about "San Francisco de Arequipa Cathedral"
The Monasterio de Santa Catalina is located in Arequipa, Peru. It was built in 1580 and was enlarged in the 17th century. The terms 'convent' and 'monastery' are used interchangeably, though its official site says monastery. According to Lonely Planet: ...more on Wikipedia about "Santa Catalina Monastery"
The Torre Tagle Palace is located at Jr. Ucayali 363, in downtown Lima, Peru, a couple blocks east of the "Plaza de Armas". It is probably the most famous palace in Lima and one of the most handsome ones in Peru. It is considered the most beautiful of Lima's 18th century mansions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Torre Tagle Palace" Pure shortopedia. Pure Information Power. shortopedia
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