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wonderful place to visit

Ayacucho is one of my favorite cities in Peru, I want to come back all the time as possible, and I... read more

Reviewed 19 September 2018
Bruce A
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Cusco, Peru
Ayacucho Battle site

This obelisk was made to honor the people who fought the last battle that consolidated the... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2018
Berthaki
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Arequipa, Peru
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Reviewed 19 September 2018

Ayacucho is one of my favorite cities in Peru, I want to come back all the time as possible, and I have visited Obelisk 6 times already. It close to Pampas de Quinua, outstanding clouds view anime, and WARI pre inca archaeological site.

Thank Bruce A
Reviewed 14 August 2018

This obelisk was made to honor the people who fought the last battle that consolidated the independence of entire South America from Spaniards. Although many people know it as Pampa de la Quinua because it's located at Quinua town, its real name is Pampa de...More

1  Thank Berthaki
Reviewed 21 February 2018

We went to Ayacucho with a goal of buying local ceramics, for which Ayacucho is well known. Based on our research and local advice, we drove out to Quinua, which is supposed to be the center of ceramic manufacture in the area. What a disappointment!...More

Thank PANC J
Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

Quinua town, famous for the artisans and beautiful work in ceramics, and LA PAMPA DE LA QUINUA, where in 1824 was performed the Ayacucho Battle definitive in our independence. Rent horse riding and some topical food and souvenirs. Is close to the main City The...More

1  Thank KarinaArroyo
Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

It is a nice place to remember how peruvians consolidated our Independence. In Quinoa's town you can see handcrafted items and the room where the peace treatment was signed.

Thank Nicolás R
Reviewed 24 June 2017 via mobile

We took a tour from the main square at 9:30am that took us to the wari museum area and later the quinoa fields. It's a one hour trip from A to C and the whole tour lasts til 3:30pm that you come back. They have...More

Thank Franco_Reviewer
Reviewed 13 June 2017

The obelisc stands on the pampa of Quinua. There are no big buildings or trees or structures around it, so the obelisc looks big and massive. It is definitely beautiful althought it is simple from inside and outside. The blue sky, white clouds (twice when...More

1  Thank AlienTraveller1978
Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

Did'n t expect a lot, but it was a very interesting​ experience. You should do it with guide, and should read up on your revolutionary Latin American history. We did it with a tour agency from Ayacucho (Urpillay tours), combining the trip with the worth...More

Thank David V
Reviewed 12 May 2017

I was just here two weeks ago with friends. This is a must see place if you are into history. Located at about 11,000 feet of altitude, this broad open plain is where all of South America finally won its independence from Spain. On the...More

Thank waltw234
Reviewed 2 May 2017

We visited during a national holiday so there were many people on site. You could even rent a horse, there were many available. There were clean public restrooms that cost 5 soles. Along the side of the parking lot was a bunch of souvenir stalls.

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