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La Plaza de Armas

In seven weeks, this is only the second time that I've walked across the main plaza. There's not much around there, so few justifiable reasons to go to that part of town. Luckily, my bank is on the far side from my part of town, so I was ready with my excuse to be in an area that is really just for tourists anymore. However, there are so few people in this part of the city that the cops never even stopped me.
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7th May 2020

La Plaza de Armas, Cusco
A great pic of this iconic town square, Heather. To see the garden in flower in front of Church La Compania de Jesus without the crowds...wow! It amazes me I see so many pics of this church titled Cusco Cathedral, which it is not.

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