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LIMA: THE CITY OF KINGS
Max. 31°C / 87.8°F
Min. 14°C / 57.2°F
THE MAIN SQUARE
Walking through the streets of Lima is to admire its colonial and republican times, its churches, convents and mansions with balconies well preserved. In 1991, its historical center was declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity
SANTO DOMINGO OF CONVENT
A church with three naves in which the dome and the beautiful choir stalls carved in cedar stand out. The convent cloister is decorated with Sevillian tiles.
The National Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology integrates the entire archaeological and historical process of Peru. It houses one of the most complete collections of pottery, textiles and goldsmith from Pre-Columbian cultures.
This mansion, rebuilt and remodeled after strong earthquakes, has turned almost five centuries in Lima history. Walking through the beautiful ambiences of this majestic house, you can discover the Lima from viceroyalty and early republic periods.
EL OLIVAR PARK
The park houses olive trees over 400 years old. It is considered an ecological lung and was declared National Monument in 1959. While walking through its passages, you can see an artificial lagoon, tudor style houses, the olive tree of Happiness and the press and olive mill.
This administrative and Ceremonial Center from Lima Culture was built in a pyramid shape made of small mud bricks. This culture was developed from 200 A.C.to 700 A.C. in the Chancay, Chillon and Lurin Valleys.
Inaugurated on February 14, 1993. In the central part you can see the sculpture El Beso, by the Peruvian sculptor Víctor Delfín. The park shows colorful walls made with mosaics of different sizes, where you can read poems and phrases alluding to love.
THE MAGICAL CIRCUIT OF WATER
It has thirteen cybernetic fountains supported by the highest technology where the music, the sound and laser lights are mixed to offer unique and incredible shows.
It was the most important ceremonial center of Peruvian coast during the Inca times. The mud was the main material used in its construction. You can appreciate palaces, plazas and temples (some of them restored) such as the Temple of the Sun and the Acllahuasi, both of them built during Inca Empire. It has a site museum which houses the pieces found during excavations.
It represents the Andean culture and it is considered the oldest civilization in America with more tan 5,000 years of history. This complex is made up of several constructions among which six pyramids and circular squares stand out.
Calle Solitario de Sayan 741
San Miguel, Lima – Perú
Phone : + 51 1 6538045
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LUN – SAB 09:00 – 20:00