Legend has it that in these lands more than five centuries ago the great Inca Huaynacapac, met and fell in love with the princess Caranqui Pacha. In language caranqui Chorlavi means "Nest of Love". In 1620 it was the first property that the Jesuits buy in the region. From the time of the colony it was a great Treasury that transcended the Republic until our days. Towards 1800 it was Troje or Monastery of the Jesuits, a stately peasant mansion with design and decoration in the purest European style, but with a taste of adobe, tiles and wood, made by the skilled native craftsmen, heirs of the majestic Caranqui-Inca tradition of its constructions.
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