New illumination for the government house


The government house is a building in the center of Lima that over the years has changed a few times. To begin with the Spanish conqueror Francisco Pizarro occupied the house as his residence, but today there is not much left of the original house. Last night, the actual building, which is influenced by French architecture, received a new outdoor illumination. INDESA and Edelnor, two Peruvian electric suppliers, designed the new illumination and used 846 lamps to light up the government house.
To celebrate this new illumination everybody is invited to enjoy at big fireworks in the main square.