Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Casa del Pueblo

The "Casa del Pueblo" (People's House...something like this) is an historic house, it represents the home of a politician party, I think it's the oldest, however, its history was visited for persecution, corruption, deception... our president belongs to this politician party.

7 comentarios:

Olivier said...

ces fenetres sont magnifiques, en bois, on dirait des armoires. j'adore l'architecture de ta ville


these windows are splendid, out of wood, one would say cupboards. I adore the architecture of your city

Annie said...

Hi Guice, Are those bars on the window meant to keep people in or out?

I imagine you have some wonderful woolens in Peru. Perhaps this is a good time to put some on. I love to wear wool sweaters and hats and slippers - I miss them in the summertime.

photowannabe said...

Lovely wooden windows with nice details.

DaveM said...

I'll just echo Annie here, its been interesting to see from your last few posts that many windows have bars in front of them. I too wonder why, or is it just the style of architecture?

Faye Pekas said...

More of your brightly colored, beautiful buildings. They are so photogenic.

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Davem question is mine especially about those windows not at ground level but at first floor. By the way they're so nice.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Giuce, nice shot. And the explanation is interesting too.

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