Catedral de Nuestra Señora de La Paz — Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace


La Paz Cathedral

La Paz Cathedral

The La Paz Cathedral is only a very short walk from the pier at which the cruise ships dock, and it’s definitely worth the walk.  Here’s a sampling of what you’ll see there:

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