SANTA ANA CATHEDRAL
Remodeled by the President Manuel A. Odría in 1952, it was opened the 13th of May in 1954. It is a modern temple of baroque architectonical style. The vault and large windows decorate vitrals that represents biblical passages. On Santa Ana Cathedral there are the sarcophagus of Tarma Favorite Sons, the ex president of the Republic, General Manuel A. Odría and the German bishop Lorenzo Unfried.
SEÑOR DE LA CARCEL CHAPEL
It has Santa Victoria relics, gift from the Pope Pio XI to Otero sisters for the donation of the Huerto de los Olivos grilles in Jerusalem.
According to tradition, during colonial times a prisoner painted Christ image, given birth to the Señor de la Cárcel festival, celebrated on September 14th. It is located in Dos de Mayo and Lima streets.
Historic place where Tarma independence was declared on the 28th of November in 1820. By Antonio Alvarez de Arenales and Francisco de Paula Otero.
MANUEL A. ODRIA PARK
Built in honor to Tarma favorite son. At the back you can see a sculpture that symbolize men evolution and a beautiful mural that represents Tarma tradition and culture.
MANUEL A. ODRIA MUSEUM
The relics of the former President Manuel A. Odria can be found here, such as, the Honor sword, the Polaca of Gala, Kepíes, the Hat, Charreteras, Medals, pictures and a desk.
The market is open everyday. It is holyday on Thursday and Sunday. On Lima Street there are several shops with different kinds of souvenirs.