Iglesia de San Francisco de Asís de socoroma :
Together with its free-standing bell tower ...

The church of San Francisco de Asís de Socoroma, together with its free-standing bell tower, is the nucleus of the Catholic-Andean in the ceremonial complex of the town of Socoroma. The church stands on an esplanade on the north side of the town, on the edge of the ravine that faces the terraced fields of the community. Due to the constant reconstructions, this one present elements of the mestizo baroque linkable with a republican neoclassic style. 

Pictografia de Vilacaurani :
They are paintings, engravings and scrapings of more than...

They are paintings, engravings and scrapings of more than 5 thousand years of existence. These are located 20 kilometers southwest of Putre at the junction of the ravine with the Lluta River in the XV region of Arica and Parinacota. These pictographs were the first graphic expressions that humans used to represent their surroundings. The pre-Hispanic natives of Atacama created them on rocks or in the desert sands and they are considered a historical monument.  

Tambo de Zapahuira :
You can visit this place that is located at kilometer 20 ...

of the international highway to Bolivia and is considered a national monument. The tambo of Zapahuira is an architectural complex with characteristics similar to Inca constructions, whose function was to house the chasquis, who were the ancient messengers of the empire who traveled the trails with the objective of informing to the different regions. They were also used to store food and provisions that served in times of scarcity.   

Pucará de Calacruz :
This pucará was built around the twelfth century by the Andean peoples ...

This pucará was built around the twelfth century by the Andean peoples, which fulfilled the role of protecting the villages as a fort made of stone walls that inside had subdivisions for housing, storage and other functions. The communities in the area were part of the Arica Culture and around the 15th century the territory was dominated by the Incas. These (today) pre-Hispanic architectural ruins were declared a National Monument for their archaeological value and are located 3 km southwest of the town of Socoroma.