El Monasterio de Santa Catalina

Ben Ryan

Niddrie, Australia

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Despite what the name may suggest, the Monasterio is in fact a convent, and still in use by the order of nuns who founded it in 1580. It is a city within a city, with rambling narrow stone streets such as this meandering around the site, located in central Arequipa, Peru.

The main streets are named after the major cities of Spain, and each has a different character about it, ranging from the deep blue of the sky, to stark reds, and the brilliant white seen here.

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