House of the Marques de Picoaga
It is located on Santa Teresa Street 344.
For its architecture, this construction is part of the Cultural Heritage of the City of Cusco. It’s built was ordered by Don Jose Marquez Picoaga and Arbiza in the eighteenth century, between 1745 and 1751.
Divided into a wing and a contemporary colonial combines stone arches, a beautiful courtyard with fountain and murals characteristic of seventeenth-century architecture with the comforts of a contemporary hotel, while maintaining colonial details such as the rooms have ceilings high beams and wooden doors.
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