National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History of Peru

The Museo Nacional de Arqueología Antropología e Historia del Perú (English: National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology, and History) is the largest and oldest museum in Peru, located on Plaza Bolívar in the Pueblo Libre district of Lima. The museum houses more than 100,000 artifacts spanning the entire history of human occupation in what is now Peru. Highlights include the Raimondi Stele and the Tello Obelisk from Chavín de Huantar, and an impressive scale model of the Incan citadel, Machu Picchu.

National Museum of the Archaeology, Anthropology, and History of Peru
Plaza Bolivar. Pueblo Libre, Lima, Perú 01.jpg
Established1822
LocationLima, Peru
Typehistory
DirectorSonia Guillén
Websitemnaahp.cultura.pe
Courtyard of the National Museum

In 2021, the new National Museum of Archaeology (MUNA) is destined to open after artifacts from the museum.[1] The National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology, and History is proposed to become a museum dedicated to the republican era of Peru.

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  1. ^ "Museo Nacional del Perú ya cuenta con diseño arquitectónico". La Republica. 24 July 2014. Archived from the original on 2014-12-14.

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Coordinates: 12°4′38″S 77°03′43″W / 12.07722°S 77.06194°W / -12.07722; -77.06194