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Cultural Heritage

Jesus Hostia Chapel

Address: Calle Bellavista Block 1 without number (see map)

Declared Cultural heritage of the Nation by National Executive Resolution N° 919-2000-INC

Iglesia Virgen Milagrosa Miraflores Lima PE

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Matriz Virgen Milagrosa Church

The current Mother Church, located next to the Kennedy Park and by the City Hall Palace, was built exactly in the same place where the old parish was situated named Saint Michael of Miraflores. The architectural work was entrusted to the architect Ricardo de Jaxa Malachoswski (although there are versions that his design was altered on the way ) and the work was finished in 1939.

The church has a wide and stylized vault, but with no doubt, one of its most precious possessions are the wall murals sponsored by distinguished families from Miraflores, like Gildemeister, Wells, Leon, Burga, Benavides and Alvarez-Calderon. These show images of Jesus life and some Bible passages that were done by the respectful house of Gustave-Pierre Dagrant of France, which decorated important European basilicas and also was in charge of the stained-glass windows of the Hall of the Lost Steps of the Congress of the Republic. .

Also it has statues of Saint Rose of Lima, Saint Martin de Porres, Saint Marcelino Chanpagnat, Saint Joseph and Saint Vincente de Paul. Moreover, in the Virgen Milagrosa Church you can see representative pieces of cloth of the Lord of Miracles, Virgin del Carmen and Saint Teresita del Niño Jesus. It was declared Culural Heritage of the Nation by National Executive Resolution N| 527-2000-INC

Address: Pasaje Los Pintores s/n, Parque Kennedy (see the map)

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Larcomar

Larcomar is a shopping center located at the end of Larco Avenue in the district of Miraflores in Lima, Peru. The shopping center was opened to the public on November 27, 1998, and takes up an area near to 45 thousand square meters. The cost of the project was about 60 million dollars. It receives the visit of approximately 450,000 people on average in a month, and from that date entertainment experiences and culture has been disseminated through its exposition halls, theater, the best discotheques of the country, top level stores, restaurants and complemented services. Larcomar has a privileged view of the Pacific Ocean, due to the fact that is buried deep in the cliffs. (see the map)

Bellavista Street

Addresses: Buildings located on Bellavista Street 151, Bellavista Street 428 to 450 corner with Jose Galvez, Bellavista Street 506 corner with Revett Street 205 to 215, Bellavista Street 519 – 529, Bellavista Street 546, Bellavista Street 590 (see the map)

Declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation by National Executive Resolution N°919-2000-INC

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City Hall Palace of Miraflores

It was opened on July 28, 1944, during the administration of the major Carlos Alzamora. The work is of the architect Luis Miro Quesada Garland. The Building of neo colonial style presents four floors that house offices and environments to give information to the public. The Auditorium has oil paintings of famous painters of the period, like Vinatea Reinoso, Sabino Springett yAlejandro Gonzales Trujillo (Apu Rimak), among others. In the central roundabout on the second floor you can see wall murals paintings of the Peruvian artists Teodoro Nuñez Ureta and Juan Manuel Ugarte Eléspuru, who pictured the past and the present of the district of Miraflores. It was declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation through National Executive Resolution N° 515-2000-INC

Address: Larco Avenue 400 (see the map)

House where Architect Emilio Hart-Terre lived

Address: Avenida de la Aviacion 500 (see the map)

Declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation by National Executive Resolution N° 290-96-INC

House where Raul Porras Barrenechea lived

Address: Calle Narciso de la Colina 368 – 398 corner with Alfonso Ugarte (see the map)

Declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation by National Executive Resolution N°1475-80-ED

House where Ricardo Palma lived

Address: General Suarez Street 189 (see the map)

Declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation by Law N° 13898

Quinta Leuro

Address: 28 de Julio Avenue No. 840-842-844 (see the map)

Declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation by Ministerial Resolution No. 302-87-ED

House where Julio C. Tello lived

Address: O’Donovan Street 115 (see the map)

Declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation by Ministerial Resolution No. 302-87-ED

Reducto Park No. 2 – Miraflores

Address: Benavides Avenue Block 9 (see the map)

Declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation by Law No. 9948

Workshop House of Cristina Galvez

Address: Roma 291-295 (see the map)

Declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation by Head Resolution No. 515-89-INC

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