Inspired from the architecture of the Palace de Justice in Brussels and designed by the architect Bruno Paprocki, it was ... More
Palacio de Justicia
Inspired from the architecture of the Palace de Justice in Brussels and designed by the architect Bruno Paprocki, it was built on the site where a prison once stood. The Great Hall is surrounded by columns and decorated with monumental bronze lamps. The bust of the first president of the Supreme Court, Don Manuel Lorenzo de Vidaurre, rises from the centre. The work was finished in 1947 and is currently the seat of Peru's Judicial Power, leaving it inaccessible to all except those participating in judicial processes.
Two blocks from the Plaza Mayor, this mansion stands out, once the family residence of the prosperous banker, shipowner, and
Navarro merchant, Don Martín de Osambela. He had the mansion built at the end of the 18th Century and ...
Built in the last part of the 18th century, this house was named in honour of its last proprietor, the
distinguished writer Don Jose de la Riva Agüero. The Roman floor plan introduced by the Spaniards characteristically found in ...
This enormous state building exemplifies the architecture of the military government of the 70s. It was re opened as a
museum in 1990, and today has four floors of exhibitions. There are replicas of pre colonial life, along with ...
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