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The Chullpas of Sillustani

The Chullpas were built by the Aymara-speaking Collas, a community that dominated the Titicaca region before the Incas.

Taquile Island

Taquile is a native community of approximately 350 families that still maintain their traditions dating back to the 14th century. Three rules remain for them as commandments: Ama Sua, Ama Quella and Ama Llulla (do not steal, do not be lazy and do not lie).

Amantaní Island

Island of Amantaní

It is an island adjoining Taquile Island and is shaped like a toad if seen from the air. This community continues to live very close to its traditions and visitors are invited to share their customs and routines with them.

The Cathedral


Located in the Plaza de Armas. It was built in the 18th century on the basis of stone, in the traditional style of the Inca culture.