It is located on the hillsides of Pucara, St. Bartholomew, and Caraccollo Sapaccollo in the Sierra region and on the shores of Lake Titicaca sacred.
It is adjacent to Lake Titicaca, has a landing, is one of the cities that has the honor of being part of the first American cities, where the printer was installed.
Raising cattle and sheep, are the mainstay of the economy of the province, which also has its own conditions fields for growing potatoes, quinoa and barley.
This town has four churches that compete in beauty and have earned the nickname "the Rome of America". The best known is the Temple of San Pedro, in the Renaissance style. The San Juan de Letran has a nave of great proportions and is known for the cover of the sacristy, carved dark stone. The Jesuit church of Santa Cruz is noted for its cover of three bodies, crowned by the monogram of the order, and supported by Corinthian columns, although it is in poor condition. Finally is the Assumption, which is in ruins, but retains some of its side facade and tower.
Visit this wonderful town is totally free.