Sunday, July 6, 2014

A Few Views of Downtown

From L to R: The Presidential Palace, the House of the Oidor, the Archbishop's Palace, the Cathedral.  In the background, at the end of the street is the old Desamparados train station, and in the distance, Mt. San Cristobal overlooking it all.

The House of the Oidor (member judge of the Royal Audiencia during colonial times).  Built in the early 1700s, it is said to be the oldest house in Lima.

Main door to the Lima Cathedral and Basilica

The church of the monastery of San Francisco

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