The Palacio Municipal and its institutions
The palace is still the seat of the city administration. The reception room and the Hall of Mirrors with their Rococo watches and chandeliers are also accessible to visitors as part of a tour. However, the rooms, decorated in the style of the French Renaissance and the colonial model, also contain a library that contains, among other things, original documents such as the Charter of the Lima Foundation and the Declaration of Independence, and an art gallery . which contains around 600 works by Peruvian artists of the last two Presented for centuries. The gallery also has an old Roman column attributed to the palace of Nero. In separate rooms there is a restoration workshop. The excursion to the Municipal Palace is a trip to the past and present of Lima, history, architecture and art.