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In the center of Pueblo Libre there is a Bolivar place. There are 2 museoums, too: Archeology & Antropology and Bolivar museum. The official name is: "Museo National de Arquelogia, Antropologia e Historia del Peru".
Updated Jun 12, 2005
Address: Pueblo Libre, Plaza Bolivar.
Santo Sepulcro procession is taken place in Pueblo Libre every Good Friday around Santa Maria Magdalena Church. In this church Simon Bolivar Libertador praised for the victory and freedom of America about 1818.
Updated Apr 13, 2004
Peaceful garden, like an oasis in the middle of Pueblo Libre. You just enter from the street to the restaurant, have a lunch or just a pint of beer in a special enviroment. Repaired old hasienda offers an atmosphere where you could feel former lord of the manor whippering his servants in the garden. Besides, you may visit the museo which has a comprehensive collection of ancient Peruvian art. A special collection of sexually motivated pottery is shown in the next room to the restaurant, free of charge.
Updated Jan 18, 2011
Address: Bolivar 1515
Good steak restaurant where the meat is grilled so that clents can see the grill-room.
Favorite Dish: Baby beef 350 gr. It is served to the table on a little grill, so it will be warm long time.
Written Jan 30, 2007
Address: Av. Bolivar 944
Phone: 460 2042
Old-fashion style. As decoration there are weapons, old pictures and agricultural tools on the walls.
Favorite Dish: Pisco Sour, 9 soles.
Updated Nov 16, 2006
The famous old pisco sauer place in Pueblo Libre. Everything is in old-fashion style, just directly from thirties.
Favorite Dish: Specially good pisco sour. Price of Cuzquena 4.50 soles.
Updated Oct 4, 2006
Address: Av. San Martin 1090
Movimento Manuela Ramos has been established for helping women suffering from all kind of violence. Things made by women are sold for getting money for its work. But in spite of that the prices are quite low - not so low as you get those things going yourself to countryside. Things are mainly small kitchie for presents and souveniers.
What to buy: In season time they organize selling of needed things at that time. For instance, at Xmas time they offer things to "el nacimiento" and Xmas presents, too. And everything is hand made, not from China!!!
What to pay: I was buying a ceramic woman with a child for 20 soles, 5 euros. Not a big price for a 20 cm high statue.
Written Dec 14, 2007
Address: Av. Juan Pablo Ferdnandini 1550
It´s a market hall, where shopkeepers are selling all kind of things, clothes, toys, cds, etc.
What to buy: I bought sandales, 17 soles. And stockings.
Updated Nov 16, 2006
Address: Pueblo Libre