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    Avenida Bolívar 1515

    Founded in 1926 by Peruvian archaeologist Rafael Larco Hoyle, the Museo Larco or Larco Museum showcases remarkable chronological galleries that provide a thorough overview of 4000 years of ...

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    Centro Urbano

    It was here, in 1535, that Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro founded Lima. All the important colonial institutions were established around the Plaza and remain today as part of ...

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    Plaza de San Francisco

    This excellent example of baroque colonial architecture is comprised of the Convent of San Francisco, and the Capilla de la Soledad y del Milagro (Chapel of Solitude and of the Miracle), which has a neo-classical ...

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    Lado este de la Plaza Mayor de Lima, Jirón Carabaya

    It was Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro who laid the first stone here. The cathedral is bordered by 15 chapels, one of which holds the remains of the ...

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    NW 500 Rd

    In addition to housing common animals such as lions, elephants, and giraffes, this zoo contains a large number of native Peruvian species ...

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    Avenida Malecón de la Reserva 610

    Larcomar is one of the places in Lima that you really should visit. Apart from being one of the most fashionable shopping centre, it enjoys the best view of Miraflores bay. This ...

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    Costa central

    It is the district of gardens and the busiest beaches of the city. Without a doubt, it is also the touristic and hotels district par excellence. Modern, cheerful, colourful, very ...

  • This museum displays the historic development of Peru through a collection of archaeological finds. More than 100,000 pieces from pre-Hispanic Peruvian cultures are ...

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    Panamericana Sur

    Peaceful agricultural village converted in recent years into a valley that is ideal for practising sports such as rowing, mountain biking, Kayak ...

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    Costa de Lima

    This place, which gets its name from the constant trickle of water, was the setting of important episodes in the war with Chile (1879-1883). From republican times, only a select group of the ...