All about Lima:

The Huaca Huallamarca

The Huaca Huallamarca was a stepped pyramid, Build with little sun dried bricks hand made in a corn grain shape. His walls were painted of yellow. The site of Huallamarca has an antique of 2 thousand years old, between the 100 bd and the 250 ad. In 1942, Julio C. Tello, a famous archaeologist decide […]

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The Huaca Pucllana

The Huaca Pucllana this construction is a pyramidal building that is located over a plain field in the low valley of the Rímac River, built entirely on adobitos, a group of sun dried bricks hand-made, very distinctive of the Lima culture and this period. It was on the Pyramid where the religious ceremonies were celebrated, […]

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Caral, the cradle of the civilization Caral is considered as the Oldest City in Peruvian territory, with over 500 thousand years of occupation, and is the first civilization that is compared with Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, China and Mesoamerica, focal points of culture in the world. Caral is located to the left bank of the Supe […]

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The Gold Museum

The Gold Museum from the Beginning of time, the people always has a fascination for this precious metal, from Romans to Etruscans, from Chinese dynasties to Phoenicians, every culture made his own appreciation of the Gold that sometimes starts a war and people invade towns and die many people. But in Peruvian territory things were […]

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Pachacámac, pilgrimage place This is an archaeological site located at the right bank of the Lurin River, close to the Pacific ocean, is a complex with many constructions, all of them belong to different periods, from the III century to the arrival of the Spanish conquers. Pachacámac is important because was one of the most […]

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