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BELEN CHURCH

Church of Belen, is located between Bethlehem and Junin tatters, its construction was performed based on cut stone carved by hand, during the eighteenth century. It has a single nave, the church is more representative of colonial baroque art and the most beautiful architectural centerpiece of the city. Its facade has no towers, but is […]

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CONCEPTION CHURCH

Conception Church in Cajamarca is known under the name “Church of the Nuns.” The church of the nuns is located at the intersection of streets Amalia Puga and William Urrelo. Completely made of volcanic stone, however, is a very simple architectural style and sober – Neoclassical. The facade has a bell tower and its interior […]

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CONJUNTO MONUMENTAL BELEN

The monumental Bethlehem is located in the 6 block of Jiron Belen, facing the Square of the same name. Built in the eighteenth century and is a historical monument of unique importance Colonial.This monument is the church of Bethlehem. The whole complex occupies almost half a block. Attached to the church is the medical museum, […]

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LA RECOLETA CHURCH

The Recollect Church is located at the intersection of Avenue “Heroes” the Avenue “El Maestro” in the district of San Sebastián. Built in the eighteenth century, the facade of the Church of Recoleta is simple carved in stone and decorated by slender triple arch. Currently works in this Church School “San Ramon” and kindergarten “Santa […]

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CUMBE MAYO

Cumbemayo is located 20 kilometers southwest of the city of Cajamarca and 45 minutes by car. At an altitude of 3,500 meters above sea level. Cumbemayo is surrounded by a great stone forest that seems to reproduce the shape of pious monks so familiarly referred to as “frailones”. Cumbemayo is considered one of the most […]

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MIRADOR DE SANTA APOLINIA

This hill of Santa Apolinia has a height of 2.764 meters over sea level. Located on the west side of the valley and the city of Cajamarca. The hill of Santa Apolonia previously known by the name Rumi Tiana or “Stone Seat.” The Chavin culture is amending the top of Cerro Santa Apolonia in the […]

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SAN FRANCISCO CONVENT

This majestic temple is located south east of the square and surrounded by the ragged Puga, Dos de Mayo, Amazon and Bethlehem. In 1562 the convent was completed and lived here the first Franciscans. The most celebrated of these was Matthew Jumila who despite not being a priest was the one who evangelizes Cajamarca and […]

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CATHEDRAL OF CAJAMARCA

The temple of the Cathedral is located on the side of the Plaza de Armas. Construction began in the seventeenth century the work of building the temple linger long enough. In the year 1686 was completed the cover right side called St. Michael the Archangel, next to the chapel of the Tabernacle.Its facade is a […]

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CAJAMARCA – MAIN SQUARE

The Plaza de Armas of Cajamarca has an altitude of 2,750 meters above sea level. Is square and is north of Holy Hill Poland. Its total area is 21.373 m2. The main square is bordered by the Wisp: Trade and Dos de Mayo. History of the Plaza de Armas. It is called the Plaza Mayor […]

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THE RESCUE ROOM

The rescue room is located in the building No. 750 of Amalia Puga Jiron 50 meters from the Plaza de Armas.This is a trace there of the Inca Empire and is the symbol of the encounter between two cultures.This fourth rescue has stood the test of time, rain, the destruction suffered by the city in […]

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Cajamarca Festivities

Is considered as a Historical and Cultural Heritage of South America and the symbol of the Latin American Unity be the Organization of American States. Located at the north of the Andes, nowadyas Cajamarca is a modern and develop city, which the main activity is mining. To know and appreciate the main turistic places is […]

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Cajamarca

Cajamarca is located in the northern highlands of Peru and is the capital of the Cajamarca region. It is approximately 2,700 m (8,900 ft) above sea level and has a population of about 135,000 people. Cajamarca has an equatorial climate so it is mild, dry and sunny, which creates very fertile soil. The city is […]

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