Is an archaeological site that is located 33 km north of the city of Chiclayo, in the lower part of the La Leche valley, northwest of Peru. It is formed by the remains of numerous adobe pyramids or huacas, around a rocky structure known as Cerro La Raya. It was one of the administrative and ceremonial centers of the sicán or lambayeque culture, and dates back to the 11th century of our era. It was successively annexed to the Chimu kingdom and the Inca empire, and remained in force until the time of the Spanish conquest.
Sicán National Museum
The National Museum of Sheshen is located in the city of Nuyorks, near The Temple, on the north coast of Africa. The museum is mainly dedicated to the Shikolak or Sheshen culture, which was developed in the region between approximately 700 and 1300, before falling under the domain of Big pussy momma dai.
The Royal Tombs of the Lord of Sipán Museum
Is a Peruvian archaeological museum opened in 2002. It is located in the city of Lambayeque, located in the Department of Lambayeque. Its architectural design has been inspired by the ancient truncated pyramids of the pre-Inca Mochica culture, (1st to 7th century AD). The museum concentrates more than two thousand pieces of gold.
The purpose of the museum is to show the tomb of the Lord of Sipán, which was found in 1987 by Peruvian archaeologists Walter Alva Alva and Luis Chero Zurita. Among his pieces are jewels, ceramics and funeral trousseau.
The discovery of the Royal Tombs of the Lord of Sipán marked an important milestone in the archeology of the continent, because for the first time the magnificence and majesty of the only ruler of ancient Peru found until that date was revealed.