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Lima Sights

Casa Solariega de Aliaga

  • Jr. de la Unión 224 Map It
  • El Centro
  • House/Mansion/Villa

Updated 09/15/2014

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Lima's oldest house, commonly known as Casa Aliaga, is a beautiful example of Spanish Colonial architecture a block from the Plaza de Armas. It was built by Jeronimo de Aliaga, one of Pizarro's officers, in 1536. His descendents lived in it for centuries, restoring it following an earthquake in 1746. Rooms are furnished with antiques, and walls decorated with historic paintings and colonial religious art. You must make a reservation to visit the house, so most travelers

see it as part of a city tour.

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Sight Information

Address:

Jr. de la Unión 224, Lima, 01, Peru

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Phone:

01-427–7736

Sight Details:

  • S/30
  • Daily 9–5

Updated 09/15/2014

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