"Huaca Huallamarca, Lima" Peru Things to Do Tip by iwys
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Huaca Huallamarca is a massive adobe brick pyramid built during the pre-Columbian Maranga period around 500 AD. It is the most impressive archaeological site in the city and not to be missed. It can seem a little bit too perfect though as it has been very thoroughly restored. The crumbling Huaca Pucllana seems a bit more authentic.
You can climb a ramp to the top of the pyramid, from which you get a great view of the wealthy San Isidro district.
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 9am-5pm.
Admission: S/. 5.60.
Address: Nicolas Rivera 201, San Isidro, Lima
Directions: Huaca Huallamarca is in the San Isidro district just west of Miraflores.
Phone: %cb222 4124%c*
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