The cathedrals are Christian, also each main church of each diocese or particular church in all the cathedral churches of the city of Cusco.
The episcopal chair is the place from which each bishop presides over the Christian community, teaching the life of faith and the doctrine of the Church.
- Cathedral of the Company of Jesus Cusco
The church of the Company of Jesus is a Catholic church built in the city of Cusco.
It is located in the Plaza de Armas in the historic center of the imperial city of Cusco.
This church was built on the site of the remains of an ancient Inca palace, which is located in front of the Plaza de Armas.
(It was the palace of the Inca Huayna Capac)
The Cathedral Basilica of the Virgin of Asuncion is the main temple of the imperial city of Cusco.
Together with the temples of El Triunfo and La Sagrada Familia, they make up the Cathedral complex.
It is located in the northeast of the Plaza de Armas in Cusco.
During the Inca period, it was occupied by both SunturWasi and the Kiswarcancha or Palace of Inca Viracocha.
The cathedrals of the city of Cusco
- Cathedral san cristobal cusco
is located at the west end of the Colcampata square by the Sacsayhuaman hill being on the road between the Plaza de Armas and the Sacsayhuaman ruins.
The church of San Cristobal de Cusco is at the top of all the churches in Cusco.
- Cathedral of San Blas
It’s a Catholic church, this church was constructed in the epoch of the viceroy Andres Hurtado de Mendoza..
It was one of the first five parishes for the people in the city of Cusco.
It was built in the space called Arratan Pata, which today corresponds to the San Blas.
- San Pedro Cathedral
It is a Catholic church, this church has two high decorative bell towers with the Renaissance style in its Corinthian columns.
It is part of the central area declared by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
- San sebastian Cathedral
The Catholic church is located in the district of San Sebastian
The temple was built in 1560 and was completed in 1799. This church also contains the famous paintings of Diego Quispe Tito.