The City of Kings; Lima’s old nickname stemming from centuries ago may not be at place in the same way it was before, but nevertheless once you get to know this city
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Lima, the proud capital of Peru, holding almost on third of the population and having one of the longest histories of all capital on the continent was founded by the conquistador Francisco Pizarro in 1535 on the deltas of the Rimac River. The city was founded on the foundations of an Inca city.
Lima, Peru; home to about 10 million of Limeños, 30% of the country’s population, is the fifth biggest city in Latin America after Mexico City, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro.
Lima museums; as many capitals with great history Lima has a large number of museums. Some smaller some larger, dedicated to different parts of Peruvian history, culture and arts. Following we will try to give you an overview of the most important Lima museums.
People working in the world of gastronomy may be familiar with the phenomenon, but Peruvian food is one of the hottest things in the modern world of cooking. Ceviche, famous in so many countries and forms is a plate that originates out of Peru.