On the right side of the cathedral, the Society of Jesus’ church is the second face of the Plaza de Armas. In the same way as the cathedral, it has been built by the Jesuits over the palace of the emperor Huayna Capacc as a symbol of Spanish domination and more especially the influence of this religious order in Peru during that period. The splendid baroque façade makes it the direct rival of the cathedral in terms of baroque ornamentation, majestic and wonderful. Inside, there are paintings representing scenes of the daily life during the colonial period. It is also possible to visit the catacombs that are under the main altar, and contain the sepultures of the most influents Jesuit Fathers of that time. The other interesting detail of this church is the access to the bell tower throught shaky stairs. The view from there is remarkable.