This is built of wood and colonial style. Balcony of the
Conde de Lemos is named in allusion to the viceroy of the same name, upon
arrival in Puno in 1668 he stayed in this house; he was considered one of the
highest authorities of the high plateau. It is said that the Viceroy would have
reached the plateau to quell the rebellion of the brothers Salcedo and found the
city of Puno.
The balcony is now part of the cultural complex of the National Institute of
Culture and has an art gallery.
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