Our Stores

The Andean Baroque gift shops are spaces of encounter between local artisans and the tourists who visit our churches.

We have two gift shops (Map):

 

1. Plaza de Armas in Cusco, next to the Church of the Society of Jesus, Chapel of Loreto.

  • Business Hours: Monday – Saturday 9am-7pm Sunday 10am-6pm

 

2. Church of Saint Peter the Apostle in Andahuaylillas, surrounded by gorgeous gardens.

  • Business Hours: Monday – Sunday 7:30am -5:30pm

 

Both gift shops offer souvenirs with church motifs as well as local artisan products, either produced independently or supported by the Jesuit social projects. Artisans have become eager entrepreneurs, the economic motors of their homes especially women.

 

Profits from both gift shops are destined to financially support the social projects managed by the Jesuits in the province of Quispicanchi, Cusco.

 

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Clothing pieces made from alpaca fiver. Finishes and applications made by hands. Allin Ruhaq

Mantay products are hand-made by young mothers in Cusco, Peru and are just commerce certified.

Baby clothes in alpaca and cotton, exported under just commerce standards. Knitters in the program promoted by the Route.

Qori Maqui Association of Cangallo – Ayacucho.

More than 40 women in the Quewat community in Andahuaylillas elaborate these dolls based in Waldorf pedagogy. Handmade dolls using natural materials using basic expressions to stimulate the children’s creativity.

Los productos Mantay están elaborados a mano por jóvenes madres en Cuzco, Perú y son certificados como Comercio Justo.

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Son más de 40 mujeres de la comunidad Quewar en Andahuaylillas, quienes elaboran muñecas basadas en la pedagogía Waldorf, hechas a manos con solo materiales naturales y de básicas expresiones para estimular la creatividad de los niños.

Ropa de bebé en alpaca y algodón, que se exporta bajo términos de comercio justo. Tejedoras a palito, programa promovido por la Ruta