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The Moche Route follows the most important cultures that settled in Northern Peru between the years 100 and 900 A.D. Important archaeological finds, such as the discovery of the lavish tomb of the Lord of Sipan, the Lady of Cao mummy and the mural...more
Very interesting. We took taxi from Trujillo and had him wait while we were at site. Stopped at museum for tickets (15 soles), that gets you into museum and huaca. Taxi driver waited as we saw museum first, then drove us the 1/4 mile to...More
This is an amazing place and a bit scary as well as they practiced human sacrifices. The remains are astonishing. The colors, the building. The vibrant colors still remaining. The history. The ruler sitting on the top of the building looking down at his people....More
We stopped here during my exchange program, and while it was not the most interesting museum to me, the museum was great! It was very informative and had a lot of artifacts. It would be great for someone interested in architecture.
I had a spare day after working in Trujillo for a while so booked a driver for 200 PS (probably too much but hey...) and headed out. Having read a few reviews, I agree with the consensus that you should end in this area as...More
The Mochica culture fluorished some centuries before the Incas in the north region of the country. Its main religious center was located in the Huaca del Sol and Huaca de la Luna (closely located each other). You can easily visit them from Trujillo and experience...More