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PINCHOLLORUTA AREQUIPA - CHIVAY - CABANACONDE (CANYON OF COLCA)

The Annex of Pinchollo belongs to the district of Cabanaconde, which is one of the nineteen districts that conform the county of Caylloma in the Department of Arequipa.

In Pinchollo you can appreciate San Sebastian's Temple, the temple it is located to the Southwest side of the square, surrounded by a walled atrium. Their plant is rectangular of a very lengthened single ship. The cover original parnudillo era, at the moment is of calamine. It possesses a single tower, of square plant embedded beside the epistle. The covered with the steeple finishes off in a half orange. In the side of the gospel the sacristy and the bautisterio are embedded. In the side of the epistle a lateral cover opens up. The main cover is very sober and it is decorated with reliefs and painting mural. In their coronation a vain one that gives to the high choir opens up. The walls of the temple have been reinforced with stone buttresses seen. Another singular element of the group is the chapel miserere located in one of the later angles of the atrium. Construction of contextual value. The patrimony piece of furniture characterized in altarpieces will be part of the future concept museográfico proposed for the building. At urban level, the building is an element of visual, social and cultural reference. The religious most important festivity is that of January 23 in honor to San Sebastian.

Pinchollo is located to approximately 32 km to the west of Chivay. In the left margin of that of the River Colca, if the route is continued with address This to West. It is the I finish town that visits one another before arriving to the mirador "Cruz of the Condor."



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