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Lugar de la Memoria, la Tolerancia y la Inclusion Social

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Very nice museum, free entry

This is a really nice museum. It's about the history of terrorism in Peru. The place is really big... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
itsmaryjay
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Lima, Peru
Very insightful and moving

I stumbled upon here by chance and surprised to find it free. My Spanish is very limited and yet I... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2018
KimboPops
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London, United Kingdom
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Bajada San Martin 151 | Junto al Estadio Manuel Bonilla, Lima LIMA 18, Peru
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a really nice museum. It's about the history of terrorism in Peru. The place is really big and modern. Very insightful. If you're in Lima you definitely need to visit this place.

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Reviewed 27 August 2018

This museum recounts the history of terrorism in Peru. It is well-balanced view of the sad events occurring in Peru during the 1980-1990. Although it has been criticized by some political groups, the idea behind it to present all points of view since there were...More

Thank Graciela A
Reviewed 28 June 2018

I stumbled upon here by chance and surprised to find it free. My Spanish is very limited and yet I understood a lot and it didn't mater that I couldn't read everything. The building is set out in a very nice way with a mixture...More

Thank KimboPops
Reviewed 21 June 2018

A great effort to share a dark past of Peru. Testimonies, photos, stories, artefacts and a well thought out display allow people to stay as long as they want discovering a difficult past. Since it's free it's totally worth a visit even if your Spanish...More

Thank Inés Y
Reviewed 5 March 2018

Take time to learn about the Peruvian war in the 1980s. This museum is a good (and seemingly fair) repository of information about the Shining Path attack from within the borders. Presented in Spanish, the exhibit is fairly clear even for those without the language.

1  Thank hanoibelle
Reviewed 28 February 2018

This museum is not design for none spanish speakers. Everything displayed is only writen is Spanish. So, if you do not speak the language do not bother visiting

1  Thank xochitl
Reviewed 18 January 2018

This museum recounts in a vivid form the decades of terrorism (and misguided efforts to control it) occurring in Peru starting in the 1980's. A very worthy visit.

1  Thank Graciela A
Reviewed 30 December 2017 via mobile

Good muse and exhibit. Not in English, not do they have English maps yet, but easy enough for mildly fluent Spanish speakers to understand. Starts off a bit conservative, but makes an effort to present multiple perspectives.

1  Thank Nicholas S
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

The entrance was free. I stumbled to this place accidentally. Everything is in Spanish, but the theme is very clear. The museum shows Peru's history of violence of 20th Century. If you ever studied Latin American Revolution, this will be a great place to visit....More

1  Thank YS K
Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

If you are interested in history, this museum is a must see. Very informative and also does a great job transmitting not only the facts but also the impact of the conflict on the personal life of many people. Note to not-Spanish speakers: all the...More

1  Thank DiegoLewinsky
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