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AMANO, Museo Textil Precolombino, Lima

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Embark on a journey through the evolution of Peruvian woven cloth at AMANO, Museo Textil Precolombino. The museum features 120 textile works from pre-Columbian Peru, 460 examples of Chancay textiles, tools and raw materials used in textile production, and Chancay funeral figures. A successful Japanese businessperson, Yoshitaro Amano, started collecting and conserving textiles and objects abandoned by tomb raiders, and went on to found the museum in 1964. Learn how the textiles were woven to tell stories and communicate spiritual beliefs through representations of deities, humans, and animals. Renovated and reopened in 2015, the museum includes the latest multimedia applications, videos, and informative panels. Put AMANO, Museo Textil Precolombino on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Lima trip itinerary maker.
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  • Is a small museum that pre-Inca textiles is not to be missed to anyone interested in textiles. You can ask admission fee 30 solace Guide (Japan language) is included. (I don't know is because it didn't ask for a guide)
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  • This museum is one of the clear evidences as certain opportunities in particular wills can lead to great things. This collection is impressive, the quality and conservation of the pieces are incredible. Technology that had indigenous cultures is reflected in high complexity parts exposed in the Museum and rescued by the Lord Amano. If you visit Lima for several days, without a doubt it is one of the jewels of the city. If they book with time, can be the visit with guide, in which open drawers that contain many more parts of the exposed to naked eye.
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  • The best looms of the Paracas culture, the explanation of the guide of the Museum are very clear and speaks of the history of looms
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  • Amaro textile muse Rip off. S/.30 entrance fee. One floor of old bits of cloth. Took 10 mins to see it all. Very boring. Expected to learn textile weaving, dying and historical fashion, garments, dress etc. No such thing. Tattered cloth pieces in expensive cabinets and a few pots. Would throw the lot in the garbage. Don't bother. Do pucllana nearby instead for only S/.12 with a guide.
  • Preferred, is a museum very tidy with some parts in a State of conservation end. It is neat, clean, an example of Museum.
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  • Highly recommended. He is a small pleasant Museum with two rooms: a room where you can see ceramics from pre-Hispanic cultures that inhabited the Peru (many of them in excellent condition and really old) and a second room where fabrics, are exhibited tapestries and lace of the cultures of the 1200-1400 (very well preserved and with a few precious details) DC. The Guide Luis told us many curiosities and felt the passion that had for the Museum. It's a foundation nonprofit that does not charge entry. On departure, you can leave any voluntary donation or pass through souvenir shop. It is necessary to book the time of the visit in advance, so I recommend you call to arrange the time of your visit.
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  • excellent Museum
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  • There is not much that watch for the price that it costs the Estrada.
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