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It is a amazing place in the middle of the city, which show you a part of Lima´s history. Even it´s not so huge, you can have a good experience visiting this pyramid for a low price. I reccomend to visit it with a tour...More
You won't save the annoying MP trip by going here, but it's a nice pre-columbian site that was re-recycled by the Incas. Looking from the hotels like a 1980 Soviet city hall, this is as has been said an amazing downtown survival of an adobe...More
It's amazing that this structure survives to this day in a metropolis like Lima. The adobe mud brick pyramid dates back to about 200 BC when it served as a temple. Later it was abandoned as a temple and then used as a burial ground....More
Arrived just after opening so had the whole place to myself. 5s entry fee. Visited the small museum and particularly found the skull of interest.
You can walk up on top of the pyramid structure and there are signposts providing information.
Very strange to be...More
This adobe brick pyramid was located just a quarter mile from my hotel (Novotel), I didn't have the chance to visit it during my previous trip, so this time, after breakfast I walked down to see it.
It is amazing. You don't expect this type...More
Although this is a very small site, with talk of the history of the site on the info provided. It is a wonderful, easy place to get to in Lima, that shows a small step pyramid off. It was 2.5 sold to enter less that...More
Located in the midst of a bustling city, I admire the government officials who conserve archaeological sites such as this and Huaca Pucllana. It's a small archaeological site but still rich in history. I also saw a couple of Peruvian hairless dogs, such sweeties.
A little of history is always good so you can better connect to Peru's history and its people. I would not advise to visit the Huaca(s) alone, my visit was part of a Bike tour I found on exploorperu.com which also included a tour at...More