Peru: archeologists unearth oldest church
CWN - October 10, 2011
Archeologists in Peru believe that they have discovered the remains of the country’s first church.
Guided by documents in a Spanish archive, researchers located what appear to be the stone exterior walls of a church in what was the community in San Miguel, established in 1534.
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