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    Don't miss out on this guys...

    by christian99 Updated Nov 14, 2004

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    Lima is by excelence, a city of museums. With more than 50 museums in the city, the best ones in Peru are located here. From public to private and from general to specialized museums, visiting them can be a good experience to know the different processes in topics like history, archaeology, anthropology, nature, culture, technology, art, religion, costumes, collections and crime. Although it is difficult to visit the majority of them in few days, I recommend that you visit the Museo de la Nación, Museo Nacional de Antropología, Arqueología e Historia, Museo de Oro, Museo Larco Herrera and Museo Amano.

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    by christian99 Written Nov 14, 2004

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    Museo de Sitio Huaca Puruchuco
    Km. 7.5 Carretera Central, Ate. Tel. 494-2641.

    Museo de Sitio del Mirador del Cerro San Cristóbal
    Cruz del Cerro San Cristobal, Rímac. Tel. 943-8918.

    Museo de Sitio de Pachacámac
    Km. 31 Antigua Panamericana Sur, Lurín. Tel. 430-5607.

    Museo de Sitio del Parque Reducto N° 2
    Calle 15 de Enero and Calle Ramón Ribeyro, San Antonio, Miraflores. Tel. 242-0260.

    Museo Taurino de la Plaza de Acho
    Jr. Hualgayoc 332, Rímac. Tel. 482-3360.

    Museo del Tribunal de la Santa Inquisición
    Jr. Junín 548, Lima. Tel. 428-7980.

    Museo Universitario de la Universidad Nacional Federico Villarreal
    Jr. Cañete corner with Av. Nicolás de Piérola s/n, Lima. Tel. 423-7007.

    Museo del Virreinato
    Quinta de Presa. Jr. Chira 344, Rímac. Tel. 481-3867.

    Art and Popular Art

    Museo de Arte
    Paseo Colón 125, Lima. Tel. 423-4732.

    Museo de Arte Colonial Pedro de Osma
    Av. Pedro de Osma 421, Barranco. Tel. 467-0915 / 467-0019.

    Museo de Arte Italiano
    Paseo de la República 250, Lima. Tel. 423-9932.

    Museo de Arte Popular (Instituto Riva-Agüero, Universidad Católica)
    Jr. Camaná 459, Lima. Tel. 427-9275.

    Museo de Arte Religioso de la Catedral
    Plaza Mayor, Lima. Tel. 427-5980 / 427-9647.

    Museo de Arte de la Universidad de San Marcos (UNMSM)
    Centro Cultural de la U.N.M.S.M. Av. Nicolás de Piérola 1245, Lima. Tel. 427-4870.

    Museo Comunitario Inti Raymi
    Av. Los Suspiros, Mz. N, Lote 4, Km. 40 de la Panamericana Sur, Lurín. Tel. 430-5633.

    Museo Nacional de la Cultura Peruana
    Av. Alfonso Ugarte 650, Lima. Tel. 423-5892.

    Museo del Teatro
    Jirón Huancavelica 240, Lima. Tel. 427-7437.

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    addresses

    by christian99 Updated Nov 14, 2004

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    Archaeology and History

    Museo Amano
    Calle Retiro 160, Miraflores. Tel. 441-2909.

    Museo de Arqueología y Antropología de la Universidad de San Marcos (UNMSM)
    Centro Cultural de la U.N.M.S.M. Av. Nicolás de Piérola 1245, Lima. Tel. 427-8155 Fax: 428-0052.

    Museo Arqueológico Rafael Larco Herrera
    Av. Bolívar 1515, Pueblo Libre. Tel. 461-1312.

    Museo Arqueológico del Colegio Juan XXIII
    Calle Castilla 842, San Miguel. Tel. 461-9333.

    Museo Arqueológico "Josefina Ramos de Cox" (Instituto Riva-Agüero, Universidad Católica)
    Jirón de la Unión 554, Lima. Tel. 427-4961.

    Museo del Banco Central de Reserva del Perú
    Jr. Ucayali 299, corner with Jr. Lampa, Lima. Tel. 427-6250 ext. 2657

    Museo del Centro de Investigación Arqueológica de Ancón
    Prolongación Jorge Chávez s/n, Ancón.

    Museo de los Combatientes del Morro de Arica
    Jr. Cailloma 125, Lima. Tel. 427-0958.

    Museo del Convento de los Descalzos
    Alameda de los Descalzos, Rímac. Tel. 481-3433 / 481-0441.

    Museo del Convento de San Francisco
    Plaza San Francisco, Lima. Tel. 427-1381 / 426-7377.

    Museo Histórico Militar del Real Felipe
    Av. Saenz Peña s/n, Callao. Tel. 429-0532.

    Museo de la Nación
    Av. Javier Prado Este 2465, San Borja. Tel. 476-9875.

    Museo Nacional de Antropología, Arqueología e Historia
    Plaza Bolívar s/n, Pueblo Libre. Tel. 463-5070.

    Museo de Oro del Perú y Armas del Mundo
    Av. Alonso de Molina 1100, Monterrico, Surco. Tel. 435-0791.

    Museo de Sitio Huaca Huallamarca (Pan de Azúcar)
    Av. Nicolás de Rivera 201, San Isidro. Tel. 222-4124.

    Museo de Sitio Huaca Pucllana (Juliana)
    Calle General Borgoño 700, Miraflores. Tel. 445-8695.

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    Bloody pigeons

    by neilward Written Jan 13, 2005

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    This is the cities catacombs !!!!!
    Lots of pigeons outside,and agin,lots of unfortunate beggars,kidsand elderly,poverty holds no barriers against age.

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    museo larco herrera,erotic collection of figurine

    by cbeaujean Updated May 11, 2003

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    museum garden

    visit the incomparable collection of erotic "huacos"!
    entrance in the garden (see pic),near main museum shop.

    avenida bolivar 1515,pueblo libre.
    open 9am-6pm,exc.sunday afternoon.(9-1pm)

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    • Archeology
    • Museum Visits

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    The Italian Art Museum (Museo...

    by montxito Written Aug 25, 2002

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    The Italian Art Museum (Museo de Arte Italiano) was the gift of Italy to Peru in the centenary of Peruvian Independence in 1921.

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