Instead of hurrying past, residents of Pueblo Libre often pause to chat with friends. Despite forming part of a metropolis, it retains the feel of a small town. Plaza Bolívar, the park at the heart of Pueblo Libre, is surrounded by colonial-era buildings, many of which are home to shops and restaurants. On the south side, in the Municipalidad de Pueblo Libre, are governmental offices. A small gallery on the ground floor sometimes hosts painting and photography exhibitions.
Despite the pleasant surroundings, there would be little reason to venture this far if it weren't for the presence of two fine museums, the Museo Nacional de Antropología, Arqueología e Historia del Perú, and the Museo Larco.
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Museo Nacional de Antropología, Arqueología e Historia del Perú
The country's most extensive collection of pre-Columbian artifacts can be found at this sprawling museum. Beginning with 8,000-year-old stone tools,…Learn More >
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