A neoclassical treasure in the historic heart of the city, it dazzles with its imposing facade and ornamental details.
House of true traditional Lima category. It is deduced by the shield, as year of the inauguration 1771, by its owners, the gentlemen Cavero and Vásquez de Acuña who were related to the Counts of the Vega del Ren, data that were consigned by Don José de la Riva Agüero y Osma.
Located at Jiron Ucayali 358, in front of the Torre Tagle Palace.
By the time the building was built, the baroque style had been imposed as the architectural structure and design par excellence, in contrast to this, the Casa de Goyeneche was one of the first architectures to show its French influence. Both its portal and its balconies incorporate decorative elements of the rococo style, which can also be seen in the interiors of the house.
Today, La Casa de Goyeneche houses in its interior an exquisite collection of colonial and republican art, the rooms have been decorated with furniture and valuable objects of the time.
In May 1971 the Banco de Credito del Peru acquired La Casa Goyeneche, and by R.S. N° 2900 of December 28, 1972 it was declared Cultural Patrimony of the Nation.
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