Iglesia de San Francisco
Iglesia de San Francisco’s belfries were finished in the 20th century – too late for the Spanish Crown to collect its tax. Inside are...
Querubino is a classy spot with real chefs doing upscale versions of Peruvian classics as well as the occasional creative curveball and...
The Catedral de Cajamarca is a squat building that was begun in the late 17th century and only recently finished. Like most of Cajamarca’s churches, this cathedral has no belfry. This is because the Spanish Crown levied a tax on finished churches and so the belfries were not built, leaving the church unfinished and thereby avoiding the tax. Unfortunately, due to a 2010 robbery of the crowns of some saints, it is no longer open outside mass.