A city, so visited as Cusco, museums could not lack. These, designed to show various aspects of culture Pre-Inca, Inca, colonial and republican, are distributed throughout the city. Venture to know, after visiting them not fail to thank us. Here we detail how to get to the 9 museums are there in the city of Cusco.
The Santa Catalina Museum was built on the “Acllawawsi”, to the west of the main square of Cusco; this museum is inside the Convent of Santa Catalina and houses works of art with religious themes. The site that currently occupies this museum was called “House of the Chosen” in the Inca times.
The museum is also known as "Casa Garcilaso," because in this house the Cusqueñe writer Garcilaso de la Vega was born and lived until age 20. The museum contains a collection of the rich and varied cultural heritage: a courtyard, a gallery of arches, stone balconies on the east and wood crackled in the rest.