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Museo Carlos Dreyer, Puno
(2.8/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Museo Carlos Dreyer showcases an eclectic collection of art and archeological relics. Founded by Carlos Dreyer, a German-born painter and art enthusiast, the museum hosts his collection of paintings and artifacts. Learn about the history of Puno by viewing items from the pre-Incan, Incan, and colonial era. View the three preserved mummies, excavated from the nearby Sillustani archeological site, or check out the weapons, stonework, gold items, and other trinkets from ancient Peruvian civilizations. Upstairs you can admire paintings and sculptures made by various local artists during the colonial era. Using our online itinerary creator, Puno attractions like Museo Carlos Dreyer can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • A quick visit to this Museum (very small), is worth especially to see the mummies that were found in Sillustani
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  • The usual small museum-the only one in Puno, open on weekdays. normal set of Inca ceramics and utensils items. interesting only three mummies on the second floor of the chulpas. Worth a visit only if nothing else to do.
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  • There is not much to see in this museum. It's the usual pots and paintings and a short history of Carlos Dryer. The highlight is three mummis, placed on the second floor. If you have money to spend an...  more »
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