Andahuaylillas is a small town in the Southern Sierra of Perú, surrounded by mountains and lands used for farming. It's very quiet, featuring a historical church that is described as the "Sistine Chapel of the Americas." Most of its locals are farmers or are involved in the cattle industry.
San Pedro de Andahuaylillas, started in 1570 and completed in 1606, was built by the Jesuits. It sits on top of an indigenous ceremonial site and is known for its beautiful murals, which earned it the name of the "Sistine Chapel of the Americas". While simple on the outside, it's extremely dramatic and decorative on the inside. It's also claimed to hold a wealth of gold and silver treasures, so many that locals volunteer to watch the church 24 hours a day for security purposes.