This Jesuit church enjoyed the predilection of the Lima aristocracy during the XVIII century. The exterior has a renaissance character. The interior has one of the best samples of baroque. To note the luxurious main altar, 14 chapels in retablos worked in great detail and the sacristy that has several paintings of the Cuzco school. […]
The archeological complex Huaca Pucllana ( also known as Juliana) has a site museum and workshops for research. The site was a ceremonial and administration center. It belongs to the Lima culture 200 A.D. Part of this construction belongs to Wari and Ichimay cultures ( 1000 A.D).
This building dates from the XVI century. Don Jerónimo de Aliaga, companion of Pizarro and one who took part in the foundation of Lima began to build it. It is located over an old pre-Hispanic temple. This house is adorned with beautiful tiles of the XVII century and part of ifs construction is in cedar […]
Located at 31 km. South of Lima is one of the most important pre-Hispanic ceremonial cen ters in the Peruvian coast and it was the place where the most important oracle of Peru was located. It was build by the Lima culture and the Incas kept it intact and was even enlarged due to its […]