7 Sights in Santa Beatriz, Peru (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Santa Beatriz, Peru. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Santa Beatriz, Peru.

List of cities in Peru Sightseeing Tours in Santa Beatriz

1. Tapada Limeña

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Tapada limeña was the denomination used at the time of the Viceroyalty of Peru and the first years of the Republic to designate the women in Lima who covered their heads and faces with comfortable silk mantones, revealing just one eye. Its use began in the 16th century and it spread until well into the 19th century, that is, its use lasted for three centuries and was not only limited to the "City of the Kings", but also to other important cities in the region. In Lima, the custom remained until well into the Republic, when it was relegated by French fashions.

Wikipedia: Tapada limeña (EN)

2. Miguel Grau Square

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Miguel Grau Square Paulo Guereta from São Paulo / CC BY 2.0

Grau Square is a square located in the center of the city of Lima, capital of Peru. It is located at the intersection of Paseo de la República with Paseo Colón, Miguel Grau Avenue and Paseo de los Héroes Navales. It is named in honor of Miguel Grau Seminario, commander of the Huáscar monitor during the War of the Pacific.

Wikipedia: Plaza Grau (ES)

3. Museo de Arte de Lima

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The Lima Art Museum is an art museum in Lima, Peru. The museum is located in the Palacio de la Exposición. The museum was inaugurated in 1961. The collection includes ceramics and textiles. MALI is a private organization supported by admission fees, contributions from members, and private donations.

Wikipedia: Lima Art Museum (EN), Website

4. Paseo de los Héroes Navales

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The Paseo de los Héroes Navales is a square located in the district of Lima, in the center of the capital of Peru, and occupies the first block of the Paseo de la República. It was given its current name on October 8, 1979 in commemoration of the centenary of the battle of Angamos.

Wikipedia: Paseo de los Héroes Navales (ES)

5. Memorial El ojo que llora

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The Eye that Cries is a memorial that was born as a private initiative designed to honor the thousands of victims as a result of terrorism in Peru, to strengthen the collective memory of all Peruvians and to promote peace and reconciliation in the country.

Wikipedia: The Eye that Cries (EN)

6. Castillo Rospigliosi

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The Rospigliosi Castle is a small castle located on Manuel del Pino Street No. 488, Santa Beatriz urbanization in downtown Lima, promoted by Carlos Rospigliosi Vigil. It was inaugurated in 1929 in the final stage of the Oncenio de Leguía.

Wikipedia: Castillo Rospigliosi (ES)

7. Casa Museo José Carlos Mariátegui

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The José Carlos Mariátegui House Museum is a historical institution that seeks to preserve the legacy of one of the main Peruvian thinkers of the twentieth century. It is located in the capital of Peru, Lima.

Wikipedia: Casa Museo José Carlos Mariátegui (ES)

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