Archaeological Centers of Lima
There's no escaping this city, like the country, to present important archeological sites. In this case, the architectural America'soldestinhabited "Caral" orthe temple that housed the God of most ancient cultures (includingthe Inca) "Pachacamac". Visit them and appreciate the Inca's past to understand its greatness.
This extensive archaeological site gives a first impression of being a disorderly accumulation of mud walls, but if you look closely you will notice that you have an order established by long streets, pyramids, large walled spaces (courts) and areas with a floor construction.
Puruchuco is a pre Hispanic palace, at east of Lima. It was built in the fifteenth century, during the Inca's Central Coast to be residence of the Curaca for administering the resources of the valley of the Rimac. Here, food was deposited and redistributed according to Tahuantinsuyo laws.
The ancient Huaca Pucllana is one of the most mystics attractions of our beloved Miraflores (District of Lima). The Huaca Pucllana has been recovered from the neglect that had delayed modernity and now rises impressively to the delight of all Peruvians and foreign tourists.
Pachacamac is one of the largest and importan archaeological sites of Peru, and in its time it was the most popular Huaca (oracle), Andean world, leaving a deep imprint continuing today. Pachacamac was built on the right bank of the valley of Lurin, near the river of the same name, near the sea and in front of a group of small islands that are called like this sanctuary.
Caral is the oldest city of Peru (5000 years) and hosted the first Andean civilization that shaped the foundations of a unique social organization, which together with Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, China and Mesoamerica are the foci originating of culture in the world.