A Catholic church in the city of Cusco is planning to stop offering tours of the cathedral, following the recent mass killings at the historic church.
The decision comes as the city is on high alert following the killings of 12 people at the Church of the Virgin Mary, a place of worship for the Roman Catholic church.
Pope Francis has been visiting the city in recent weeks, and there is talk of a special tour in the future.
“We don’t have any special plans for a tour,” said the cathedral’s archbishop, Father Fernando Zepeda.
“This is the right time to stop the tours.”
Cusca is one of Italy’s most diverse cities and has a sizeable Catholic population.
However, the cathedral is not the only place where tourists are planning to avoid.
Earlier this month, a group of Italian tourists went to the Cathedral of Santa Maria delle Carina in Piedmont, where three people were killed and seven wounded by a gunman on Sunday.