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The visit of the Trujillo City includes the Main Square (the vastest of the country) Built in 1666, it stores precious works of art, specifically paintings of the Cusco School as well as sculptures. The Santo Domingo Church and some of the most beautiful colonial houses like the «Casa Mayorazgo», It has a large main patio and an ancient well. from the outside, you can view its corner Mudejar style balcony. In this house, a valuable money collection is kept, the «Casa Bracamonte», It represents two eras since it combines Vice royal elements of the eighteenth century with Republican elements of the nineteenth, and the «Casa de la Emancipación» In this place, also known as “De Madalengoitia”, the Marquis of Torre Tagle prepared the Trujillo declaration of independence in 1820. Finally, we will end this tour with the visit of the city walls of the 17th century, built in order to protect this city from the pirates. Return to the hotel.