- This enormous state building exemplifies the architecture of the military government of the 70s. It was re-opened as a museum in 1990, and today has four floors of exhibitions. There are replicas of pre-colonial life, along with ceramics from various cultures and reproductions of the country's main archaeological sites. Throughout the museum, visitors can follow a series of educational illustrations, models and collections representing different aspects of the development of ancient Peru. In addition to the permanent exhibition, the galleries also house temporary exhibits. Parking is available. Admission required.
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