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Museum of Pre-Columbian Art

It was founded on December 1981, Philanthropist by Chilean Sergio Larraín García-Moreno, who gave his collection of pre-Columbian art from all America to the community to contribute to the knowledge and appreciation of the artistic legacy of all the pre-Columbian peoples of America, without taking into account the political borders that today divide their countries. His message was that "our young people could be trained, recognizing themselves as brothers, Knowing yourselves heirs of a beautiful common past ".

The Andean textile collection stands out, Mummies of Chinchorro, ceramic works, metal and stone, Maya, Aztec, Andean cultures, ancient peoples of the Amazon and the Caribbean, and an art collection of the societies that inhabited the current Chilean territory. Unmissable visit.

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Santiago, Chile

"Plaza de Armas" (Weapons Square)

Tuesday to Sunday of 10:00 to 18:00 h.

56 2 29281500