Developed in the Peruvian Central Coast between the years of 200 AD and 700 AD. An adobe and clay pyramid located in the Miraflores district of central Lima, Peru, built from seven staggered platforms. It served as an important ceremonial and administrative center for the advancement of the Lima Culture.
The Lima culture was overtaken by the Wari culture. Huaca Juliana primarily became the burial site for the nobility. The first intact tomb from this period was found on the grounds in 2008, and held the remains of three people: two adults wearing masks, and a sacrificed child. This was a grueling site to see.
Plaza de Armas
Plaza de Armas (aka Plaza Mayor) is the heart of Historic Lima surrounded by main the city’s main attractions — Cathedral de Lima & Archbishop’s Palace, Lima City Hall, and Peru’s Presidential Palace.