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Cathedral of Lima    Photograph by David Noton/Getty Images    The Cathedral of Lima, rebuilt in 1758 after an earthquake, is a main feature of the capital city’s central Plaza de Armas. The historic square is home to a variety of architectural styles, from colonial to modern. Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro, who founded the city in 1535, designed the Plaza de Armas and is buried in the cathedral.

Cathedral of Lima Photograph by David Noton/Getty Images The Cathedral of Lima, rebuilt in 1758 after an earthquake, is a main feature of the capital city’s central Plaza de Armas. The historic square is home to a variety of architectural styles, from colonial to modern. Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro, who founded the city in 1535, designed the Plaza de Armas and is buried in the cathedral.

Plaza Mayor, Lima, Peru - I ran through a crowd of birds in this plaza

Plaza Mayor, Lima, Peru - I ran through a crowd of birds in this plaza

Lima, Peru: Plaza Mayor where Gabriela and Laura have their first secret meeting.

Lima, Peru: Plaza Mayor where Gabriela and Laura have their first secret meeting.

Town Hall of Bruges (the last name of Bridges is derived from this town)

Town Hall of Bruges (the last name of Bridges is derived from this town)

Arequipa Peru is the capital city of the Department that shares its name, and it boasts some 300 sunny days every year. Sounds pretty nice, huh? Well, there’s more. Arequipa may just be the most attractive city in all of Peru, and if that were not enough, it is also close to some of the best natural attractions that you will find within the Peruvian borders. Simply put, visiting the city of Arequipa, and the outlying attractions, should definitely be considered if you are planning a Peru…

Arequipa Peru is the capital city of the Department that shares its name, and it boasts some 300 sunny days every year. Sounds pretty nice, huh? Well, there’s more. Arequipa may just be the most attractive city in all of Peru, and if that were not enough, it is also close to some of the best natural attractions that you will find within the Peruvian borders. Simply put, visiting the city of Arequipa, and the outlying attractions, should definitely be considered if you are planning a Peru…

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