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Cuzco Charms these Days

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Cuzco charms visitors with its combination of ancient and modern, its customs, its deeply engrained culture, its vibrant folklore, and its enchanting people. It captivates anyone who visits it.

Though it rains most days in Cuzco right now since it is the rainy season, nevertheless sometimes the sun breaks through the clouds, dries the streets. At those times Cuzco stands bright and sunlight. Its people retake the streets.

Cuzco Eats shares with you a photographic essay of a walk through some of Cuzco’s streets and plazas to show you how it looks these days.

The Cathedral Standing Tall
The Cathedral Standing Tall
Dancer with a Mask
Dancer with a Mask
Qori Cancha and Santa Catalina
Qori Cancha and Santa Catalina
Take My Picture
Take My Picture
Monument in Limac Pampa Grande
Monument in Limac Pampa Grande
Plaza of Rimacpampa Chica
Plaza of Rimacpampa Chica
The Towers of the Compañía Church
The Towers of the Compañía Church
Resting by the Wall for a Moment
Resting by the Wall for a Moment
San Pedro Market
San Pedro Market
Feeding the Pigeons
Feeding the Pigeons
Photographer by the Church of San Francisco
Photographer by the Church of San Francisco
Qori Cancha and the Church of Santo Domingo
Qori Cancha and the Church of Santo Domingo
Selling in the Street
Selling in the Street

 

 

 

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