"This is an extremely deep, broad and insightful collection on Peru."--Jorge Castaneda. Includes writings on history, politics, neoliberalism and Peruvian identity.
Non-profit private institution, includes history of the museum, Peruvian ahes information, pictures and expositions details.
Including information about folk art, festivals and rituals, traditional dresses, music and dances, gastronomy and museums.
Quechua popular terms and words, songs, poems, stories, and photos.
A gallery of the art work of the Peruvian woodturner Eduardo Sarmiento, and information about woodturning.
By the Center For Traditional Textiles of Cusco, Peru, promoting Inca weaving traditions. Contains images and stories, and descriptions of spinning, dyeing and weaving processes used.
More than just a pottery factory, it is also a carpentry and a jeweler's workshop, located in Cusco.
Non-profit cultural association dedicated to supporting archaeological research in Moquegua and building public interest and pride in the regional heritage. Museum is primarily funded by Southern Peru Copper Corporation.