The Basilica of the Virgin of Candelaria in Copacabana is, since its construction, an important symbol for the local population. It has inside the image of a brow-hair virgin, carved into wood by Francisco Tito Yupanqui, grandson of the Inca Tupac Yupanki in 1582. At the origin, it has been started in Renaissance style, but now, it turns to Moorish style because of the time needed to build it (more than 60 years). An interesting element of adaptation to Catholic religion is the extern chapel, made with the purpose to allow Indians to assist to the offices in the open air, something usual for them. The cathedral also has an adjoining room, the virgin’s lodge, where she stands during the week because Tito Yupanqui required for her to look to the lake. On Saturdays and Sundays, she pivots on herself in order to look to the church.