In times of early Colonial, Lima was the most important city on the continent so memorable housed palaces and mansions, built with the best materials of the time. Remarkable are the balconies outside wearing these constructions.

Government Palace

Government Palace

Peru’s government palace is one of the most important buildings of Peru, not only due to its political implications but due to it is architecture is attractive and for keeping artistic objects inside.

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Goyeneche House

Goyeneche House

Casa Goyeneche was built at the end of the 18th century; It has received Bourbon influence. Architecturally it is composed with a compact harmony and unity among all the elements.

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Torre Tagle Palace

Torre Tagle Palace

It is one of the most outstanding colonial architecture samples that is located very close from the main square. It is the Torre Tagle palace which was fished building in 1735. This two story building is special due to its wooden carved balconies, its baroque oratory ...

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Osambela Mansion

Osambela Mansion

One of the most recognized icons in downtown area of Lima is the balconies of the old Lima’s aristocrat houses (such as Osambela house). They decorate the small streets and show a sensation of being traveling in time to the colonial time. Everything is with the glamour and elegance that Lima used to have.

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Navy Museum – House Of Miguel Grau

Navy Museum – House Of Miguel Grau

The house where Admiral Miguel Grau was born opened its doors on July 27th in 1964 to become an amazing museum where life moments of the admiral and his ancestors can be seen.

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