Iglesia Santiago Apostal

South Coast

Lunahuaná is small with little of architectural significance outside of its main square, which is crowned by the Iglesia Santiago Apostal dating from 1690. The square’s arched portales hide bars and shops that specialize in wine and pisco.

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