|Jesus statue with altar inside on top of hill near downtown Sucre.|
|The 12th station of the cross. Each one had a monument like this.|
Then there was the actual mirador, very close to our B&B as it turns out, and while located much lower than Jesus, it also had lovely views over the city. Also just a few steps away is an amazing Indigenous art museum focussed on weaving. It also haas some historic artefacts, musical instruments and really well done explanations and videos. This is well worth the visit as it offers three different indigenous peoples traditions in one place. In recent years, there have been efforts made to recover thr lost knowledge of complex weavings and the results are stunning artistic - and practical - work
|Inga enjoying the views from El Mirador, and about to have a well-earned lunch, too.|
|If you ever make it to Sucre: go here!|
We also made it to the Case de la Libertad at Plaza 25 de mayo. It has a few rooms with artefacts of importance to Bolivia´s history, paintings of important generals and such.
|The stain glass above the senate room is gorgeous.|
|And finally one of the many churches in town.|