Peru Has A New National Museum With Thousands Of Pre-Columbian Objects


“The Peruvian government has inaugurated the Museo Nacional del Perú, a $125m museum that was initiated by the ministry of culture to preserve the country’s heritage and now boasts a collection of nearly 50,000 pre-Columbian objects” — including some looted items now repatriated. – The Art Newspaper


Tags: Art, Peru, Visual, Museo Nacional del Perú

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