10:49 | Lambayeque (Lambayeque region), Jan. 7.
The Royal Tombs of Sipan Museum —located in Peru's northern Lambayeque region and deemed one of the top 10 museums on earth— received 185,415 visitors, thus remaining one of the most popular exhibition spaces in the Inca country
Of that total, 175,155 were domestic visitors (94%) who arrived from Lima, Cusco, La Libertad, Arequipa, Cajamarca, Amazonas, Ancash, Junin, Piura, and Puno regions.
Foreign tourists totaled 10,259 (6%) and came mostly from Italy, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, Canada, the United States, and Brazil.
He remarked that, thanks to the free admission policy, more than 34,000 Peruvian nationals have admired the treasures of Lord of Sipan, the man who reigned during the Moche civilization around 200 A.D.
Pan Am Games
Last year, a travelling exhibition of the replica of Lord of Sipan
was set up at one of the venues of the Lima 2019 Pan American Games.
Similarly, the "Peruvian Archaeology: New Contributions" exhibit was held at Museo de la Nacion (Museum of the Nation).