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Miradores In Juliaca - Monument Juliaca - Peru

Two miradores (lookout points) in the city offer a bit more than panoramic views of the Meseta de Cholloa and Lago Titicaca far in the distance. Pasaje de la Identidad Andina, which begins near the Pasaje de la Cultura, pays homage to the Quechua and Aymara cultural roots of Juliaca’s denizens (Jr Ica, at foot of Cerro San Cristóbal). Cristo Blanco, erected in 1987, is a towering statue of Jesus set atop Cerro Waynarroque, southeast of the Plaza de Armas. On the backside of this hill is the Cerro Monos archaeological site, with ruins of platforms, burial towers (chullpas) and other buildings.

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Juliaca, Peru

Monument Types:
Monument, Religious monument

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Price Description: Free.

Relative price: Free

Open Hours from:Dawn

Open Hours to:Dusk

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