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Puno City

The Cathedral
Located in front of the Main Square, finished in 1756. Temple of a single nave with the shape of a Latin cross. Its main facade is carved in granite with rich ornamentation, with great influence of indigenous builders, outstanding San Marcos's and San Mateo sculptures.

"El Balcón del Conde de Lemos" (The balcony of the Count of Lemos)
Located in the corners of the streets Count of Lemos and Deustua, beautiful Colonial balcony on the house of the Count of Lemos.

"El Mirador del cerro Huajsapata" (The mirador of the hill Huajsapata)
Located in the west area of the city on a high and natural place of privileged panoramic view of the city of Puno and the Titicaca Lake. In the summit is found the statue of the Inca Manco Cápac.

"Museo Municipal Dreyer" (Municipal Museum Dreyer)
Exhibition of collections of pre-Inca pieces, Incan and Colonial. Located in Conde de Lemos Street No. 289.

"Museo de Arte Popular de Puno" (Museum of Popular Art of Puno)
Exhibition of collections of popular art pieces of the region. Located in Deza Street No. 257.

"Arco Deustua"
Built in homage to the Peruvian patriots combatants of the Junin and Ayacucho battles, made in figured stone and with arbors and amphitheater.

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