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Casa de Pilatos information
East of the plaza, the lovely red Casa de Pilatos is home to offices for the Tribunal Constitucional (Supreme Court). Access is a challenge: visitors are only allowed into the courtyard provided there aren’t official meetings going on. Enter through the side door on Azángaro.