The Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Virgin, also known as Cusco Cathedral, is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cusco. The house of God is situated on the Plaza de Armas. Building was finished in 1654, just about a hundred years after development started. Adjoining and joined to the house of God is the littler Iglesia del Triunfo, the principal Christian church to be worked in Cusco. The Iglesia de la Compania de Jesus, additionally on the Plaza de Armas, was worked at a comparable time as the house of prayer.
The Cathedral, notwithstanding its official status as a position of love, has turned into a noteworthy archive of Cusco's frontier workmanship. It additionally holds numerous archeological antiquities and relics. The house of prayer was assigned an UNESCO World Heritage Site under the City of Cuzco posting in 1983. The Gothic-Renaissance style of the church building mirrors that of Spain amid the time of the Spanish triumph of South America and furthermore Cusco. There is additionally confirmation of Baroque impact in the veneer on the Plaza de Armas. The Incas consolidated a portion of their religious imagery into the house of God, for instance, the cut leader of a panther is a piece of the basilica entryways.