Trujillo Cathedral
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Trujillo Cathedral

In every sense, you can’t miss the Trujillo Cathedral: This massive, canary-yellow building accented in the architectural equivalent of white cake piping dominates one corner of the Plaza de Armas—and begs to be explored. (The current structure is actually the third one, built in the mid-17th century; the first two iterations were destroyed by earthquakes.) Inside, you’ll find a number of altarpieces that date back to the early 1700s, and a gorgeous main altarpiece that represents the height of Trujillo’s wood-engraving tradition.

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