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O Pal當io Arquiepiscopal de Lima, capital do Peru, a resid麩cia do Arcebispo de Lima e sede administrativa da Diocese de Lima. Est localizado na Plaza Mayor, no Centro Histrico de Lima, que Patrimnio Mundial por declara鈬o da UNESCO.
Foi construdo no local que Pizarro estabeleceu para resid麩cia do cura da cidade, mas o edifcio obra moderna, tendo sido iniciado em 1922, com projeto de 1916 de Ricardo de Jaxa Malachowski, num estilo neocolonial que se tornou uma voga no Peru at os anos 40. Claudio Sahut, segundo colocado no concurso que escolheu o projeto, tamb駑 colaborou com sugestes, especialmente para a fachada.
O desenho se inspirou no Pal當io de Torre Tagle, adaptando por駑 o p疸io como um vestbulo com escadaria monumental, mas mantendo outras caractersticas no estilo mud駛ar. Na fachada se destacam os grandes frontispcios sobre a porta central e as laterais, que continuam desde o primeiro pavimento at o topo do pr馘io, e as sacadas fechadas em madeira do segundo piso, tpicas das constru鋏es hispano-mouriscas.

The Archiepiscopal Palace of Lima, capital of Peru, is the residence of the Archbishop of Lima and administrative seat of the Diocese of Lima. It is located in Plaza Mayor, in the Historic Center of Lima, which is World Heritage by UNESCO declaration.
It was built in the place that Pizarro established for the residence of the priest of the city, but the building is a modern work, having been started in 1922, with a 1916 project by Ricardo de Jaxa Malachowski, in a neocolonial style that became a vogue in Peru until the years 40. Claudio Sahut, second in the contest that chose the project, also collaborated with suggestions, especially for the fa軋de.
The design was inspired by the Torre de Tagle Palace, however, adapting the patio as a vestibule with a monumental staircase, but maintaining other features in the Mudejar style. On the fa軋de are the large frontispieces on the central door and the sides, which continue from the first floor to the top of the building, and the wooden shutters of the second floor, typical of the Hispanic-Moorish constructions.

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