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It's the town where is founded La Paz the 20 of octobre 1548 for Alonzo de Mendoza en order of the king Charles V of Spain. After only 3 or 4 weeks La paz was moved to its actual position.
The church was build with...More
We stopped here on our way to Tiwanaku. This is a pretty building. A stop on your way to Tiwanaku. There is a immigration check Point here Have your passport ready.The immigration police who checked my passport asked how much US $ I had and...More
Definitely an amazing building but was locked when I visited in August 2015. This is a little disappointing but it could have been that I was on my way to Tiwanaku and it was just too early in the morning (830am). Hey there is a...More
The church offers a very traditional view of the post Colon era, the dancing pepinos and chu'tas, near carnival display the colored version of the highlands, bring food, but try the traditional laja bread.