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Plaza Mayor or Plaza de Armas

In the center has a colonial fountain and the square is surrounded by colonial style buildings including the Municipal Palace or the Archbishop's building.

Cathedral of Chachapoyas

Located on Plaza de Armas, this cathedral church was built on the structure of ancient churches that were destroyed by earthquakes in 1928 and 1969. Despite its traditional facade, its interior is quite modern.

Plazuela de la Independencia

This plaza has great historical value since it was made to commemorate the Battle of Higos Urco.

La Casona Monsante

Tab1Parrafo4.Text Este monumento fue declarado monumento histórico y mantiene la arquitectural tradicional de Chachapoyas. En la actualidad es un hostal y mantiene su amplio patio y un huerto.

Purtumute

Boiled beans with boiled mote (boiled corn with cilantro)

Cuy with potatoes

Cuy cooked, seasoned and fried, accompanied with of potatoes and toasted peanuts; It is served with onions and chili.

Kuelap

This important pre-Inca archaeological site is located in the province of Luya, in the North Eastern Andes of Peru, which was built by the Chachapoyas archaeological culture.
It forms an architectural ensemble of large stone characterized by its monumental condition, with a large artificial platform, oriented from south to north, seated on the crest of calcareous rock at the top of Cerro Barreta. The platform extends for almost 600 meters and has a perimeter wall that in some points reaches 19 meters in height.
It is estimated that its construction had to start towards the eleventh century, coinciding with the period of flowering of the Chachapoyas culture, and its occupation had to culminate towards halves of the sixteenth century. Its colossal walls and its complex interior architecture are evidence of its function as a well-organized population group, which includes administrative, religious, ceremonial and permanent residence areas.

Yanayacu water well

Pozo de Yanayacu: Only 10 minutes away from the Central Square is this well (real name: Cuyana Fountain) that, according to the legend, if the singles who visited the city drank from its waters, they stayed there forever enchanted by the charm of the women of the place.Pozo de Yanayacu: Only 10 minutes away from the Central Square is this well (real name: Cuyana Fountain) that, according to the legend, if the singles who visited the city drank from its waters, they stayed there forever enchanted by the charm of the women of the place.

Gocta Waterfalls

These waterfalls have an impressive drop of 771 meters. Gocta descends in 2 falls, measuring 231 meters and 540 meters. This touristic place is located near Aldea of Cocachimba and San Pablo, district of Valera, Bongará province.
To reach the waterfall pool, it is necessary to take a tour of the vast valley of the misty forest that surrounds it. The total journey lasts five and a half hours to six hours (round trip), from Caserío de Cocachimba, starting point. During the tour you can enjoy 22 waterfalls, 110 bird species, 20 mammals species and 41 plants species.