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Archaeological Museum Victoria Chi Fu de Lam in Lima

Archaeological Museum Victoria Chi Fu de Lam

Museo Arqueologico Victoria Chi Fu de Lam

Address
Calle Castilla 842
District
  • San Miguel
City (Peru)
Lima
Phone Number
(+511) 614-2323

The Archaeological Museum of the Chinese Peruvian School Juan XXIII exhibits around 500 pieces, donated by Jorge Lam in memory of his wife Victoria Chi Fu de Lam. The collection includes mugs, jars, bottles and plates with typical motives from the Chancay, Huari, Chimu, Lambayeque, Vicus, Moche and Nazca cultures.

The museum is also the proud owner of a mummy bundle and eight textiles from the Chancay culture. In addition different works of the schools students are on display.

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