Inauguration of the National Museum of Archeology in Lima

On July 24, we were proud to attend the official inauguration of the MUNA – National Museum of Archeology, a project in which JG Ingenieros participated, led by our colleague Julio Mora from the Lima office, in the engineering of facilities.

The MUNA, a project by architect Alexia León Ángel, was inaugurated by the President of Peru Fernando Sagasti, Prime Minister Violeta Bermúdez and Minister of Culture Alejandro Neyra.

The MUNA is located south of Lima in the Municipality of Lurín, next to the Pachacamac Sanctuary. With its 88,500 m2 and 500 million soles (about € 25 million) of investment, it is called to be the main reference of Peruvian culture and contemporary art. Its rooms will house permanent and temporary exhibitions. The MUNA will also be the guardian of collections that belonged to the old Museum of the Nation, others that were recovered from other countries and a large group of goods from the National Museum of Archeology, Anthropology and History of Peru, located in Pueblo Libre.