This adobe and stone ceremonial center belonging to the Sechin Culture (1800 B.C. 800 B.C.) features a wall covered with carefully carved stones outside of the entrance and a painted wall on the inside.
The museum offers information about the main pre-Hispanic cultures that settled in the region like the Moche, the Wari, the Chimu, the Casma, and the Inca; it also displays the objects found during the archaeology excavations on the archeological sites of the CasmaValley, especially ceramics.
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