The center of Lima is considered a World Heritage Site by Unesco since 1988 for containing more than 600 historical monuments full of color and with a particular architecture. Therefore, its streets are always the perfect setting to move through time and tell many stories along the way.
Thus, together with Alexandra, we walk through streets and squares in search of stories to tell and incredible memories.
We visited Bar Cordano Restaurant, which is already more than 100 years old, and it was the waiting place for the departures of the Train to Peruvian Highlands at the Desamparados Station, which now also functions as the Museum of Peruvian Literature. We saw the famous colonial balconies and took many more photos in the 'Casa del Correo y del Telégrafo', also known as the mail street that I also love for being a place to sell postcards and stamps in stalls with a lot of color for being made in the form of Ayacucho altarpieces. The street itself is spectacular with a metal structure as an open roof.
Making an individual photo session is an incredible opportunity to meet new places or rediscover them knowing the stories around what we are visiting.
"Excellent photographer with knowledge of tourist places. 100% recommended. Take photos in the most beautiful corners and places in the city." - Alexandra, after receiving her photos the day after her photoshoot.
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