The new museum shows visitors the unknown details of the days that followed Naylamp’s landing with the help of 25 mannequins that recreate an impressive scene.
All this, thanks to the fact that many of the men and places that appeared in the ancient oral tales were scientifically checked in the 95 hectares of the archaeological complex Chotuna-Chornancap, 10 km from Lambayeque.
This attractive screenplay museum also includes a summary of the best scientific works done by the first investigators that worked in the area in the last 100 years. These are Enrique Brüning, Herman Trimborn and Christopher Donan amongst others.
Also, the author of the mot recent discoveries, Manuel Curo, is in this list.
Additionally, the representation of the sacrifice of 33 young women who were offered to the gods of the 13th century and who belonged to the Chimú-Inca culture can be seen in 12 showcases.
The director of the Brüning museum in Lambayeque, Carlos Wester La Torre, stressed that the most important part of this new and attractive space is that it exhibits what the ancient Lambayequean man has left for the future generations. He says that the best way of honoring our heritage is by incorporating it into our cultural lives.
Meanwhile, the director of the recently inaugurated museum Chotuna-Chornancap, Marco Fernández Manayalle, highlighted the active and enthusiastic participation of the townspeople of Bodegones, Ranchería, Yéncala León, La Ramara and El Guayo.
They made the construction of the museum, amongst other things, possible and supported the archaeological investigations in the area. The result of all the hard work, just like the museum itself, belongs to them.
People who are interested in visiting the museum must follow the road to the recreation center of the Universidad Perdo Ruiz Gallo.
Translated by Diana Schwalb