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Cusco, Peru, Feb. 14, 2007 - With a view of the church of Santa Domingo in the background,  man walks through the Plaza de Armas on a chilly day. The church was also the site of Coricancha, which was Cusco's major Inca temple. The church has twice been destroyed by earthquakes, once in 1650 and again in 1950.
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The Other Path
Cusco, Peru, Feb. 14, 2007 - With a view of the church of Santa Domingo in the background, man walks through the Plaza de Armas on a chilly day. The church was also the site of Coricancha, which was Cusco's major Inca temple. The church has twice been destroyed by earthquakes, once in 1650 and again in 1950.

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  • Location: Cusco Cusco Peru
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  • Author: Daryl Peveto
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