The Torre Tagle Palace is a historical edifice erected during the viceregal era of Peru. At present, it serves as the central hub for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru, encompassing a constructed area of 1699 m². The construction of Torre Tagle Palace employed materials imported from Spain, Panama, and various other countries. This grand mansion, initiated at the onset of the 18th century, reached completion in 1735 under the patronage of José Bernardo de Tagle Bracho. On November 26, 1730, King Felipe V of Spain, in recognition of Tagle’s distinguished services to the Crown, conferred upon him the title of Marqués de Torre Tagle, thereby establishing him as the founder of the marquisate.