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Museo Santuarios Andinos

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Museo Santuarios Andinos

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Sillar Route in Arequipa and viewpoint of the Volcanoes
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Sillar Route in Arequipa and viewpoint of the Volcanoes

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The ashlar is the origin of the architecture of the White City and its tourist route is developed in the district of Cerro Colorado. In addition to the natural landscapes of the area, you can observe the process of extraction, styling and megatallado of the ashlar.<br><br>It has the necessary infrastructure and tourist services such as interpretation workshops, with the presence of sillar cutters; information panel areas; tourist signage; parking lot; Purchase of handicrafts in sillar and rest areas.<br><br>The sillar route is managed by the Sillar Cutters Network - Arequipa. It currently comprises a length of 2,000 meters, covering the quarries in operation of Añashuayco, Cortadores and the virgin quarry of Culebrillas.
USD 11.00 per adult
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wacotom wrote a review Aug. 2020
Leander, Texas1,058 contributions345 helpful votes
Another good museum type tour. This is one of the better things to do in Arequipa and is easy to access from city center. We enjoyed the Museo. There were a couple nice little cafes near by so you could stop for a little lunch or dinner depending on you timing of the visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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GrahamP113 wrote a review Feb. 2020
Witham, United Kingdom1,335 contributions225 helpful votes
This is incredible and such a recent addition to the local history. 15 years since the remains were found almost intact despite being 500 years old. Really well put together with 20 minute video followed by excellent tour guide taking us around. Absolutely excellent
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tihana S wrote a review Feb. 2020
Zagreb29 contributions5 helpful votes
The musem is very nice and informative. The tour begins with a great video that tells you about the discoveries. It is fascinating to see all the found treasures and the mummy in the end, although in these months Juanita was not on display.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Keith S wrote a review Feb. 2020
Cincinnati, Ohio201 contributions90 helpful votes
Did not cost much. When are you going to see another Ice Maiden up close and well preserved. It did not take much time to go threw the museum. I think if you don't see the exhibit you are missing out on a real human history story.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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LeahSydney01 wrote a review Jan. 2020
Sydney504 contributions359 helpful votes
This museum only takes an hour or so to visit and is well worth the small entry fee. The visit starts with a video about the ice maiden and incan child sacrifice generally, is followed by a guided tour of the various exhibits (the relics found with the ice maiden and other children who were sacrificed on the nearby mountains) and culminates with a viewing of the ice maiden. Probably not ideal for younger children but otherwise very interesting and entertaining, although the subject matter is a bit dark.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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