Museo Carlos Dreyer

Interesting
The Museo Carlos Dreyer, opposite a handsome wooden balcony (1668), which adorns a house where Count Lemos is said to have stayed and now the property of the town, was bought on the death of the German artist Carlos Dreyer (1895-1975), who painted landscapes and portraits of Indians. Extremely well designed and presented, it contains a collection of pre-Incan and Incan pottery and fabrics, mummies, deformed and trepanned Collas skulls, as well as solid gold diadems, idols and plastrons found on the Sillustani site.

Useful information

Address : 

Conde de Lemos 289

Price:

15 PEN

Opening hours

9am-7pm - closed Sun - Guided tour available

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