This striking museum, dedicated to the legacy of Peru’s decades-long internal conflict, opened in 2015 overlooking the Costa Verde. Translated to “The Space of Memory, Tolerance and Social Inclusion,” the three-level museum includes a wide range of multimedia exhibits designed to honor the victims of the bloody and protracted war between the Maoist Shining Path and MRTA rebel groups and Peru’s armed forces, which began in 1980 and raged across the country for 20 years. “Yuyanapaq,” which means “To Remember” in Quechua, is a deeply moving exhibition created by Peru’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission that outlines the conflict in devastating images.
El Lugar de la Memoria, la Tolerancia y la Inclusión Social (LUM)
Bajada San Martín 151
Our Rating Neighborhood Lima Centro Hours Tues–Sun 10am–6pm. Reached by taxi only Phone 01/719-2065 Prices Free admission Web site El Lugar de la Memoria, la Tolerancia y la Inclusión Social (LUM)
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