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Open Museum in Chan Chan: program for the first Sunday in June

Activities at the Mincul Museum include a special celebration for the Jura de la Bandera and the Day of the Hairless Dog of Peru.

The Ministry of Culture, through the Decentralized Directorate of Culture (DDC) La Libertad, will present this Sunday, June 4, a special event within the framework of the sixth edition of the ‘Open Museum’ – MUA program.

The activities scheduled for this date are intended to allow families of the region and national and foreign visitors living in the country to re-evaluate, protect and preserve the cultural heritage of the nation in the La Libertad region.

Starting at 10:00 am, attendees will be able to enjoy a program prepared together with the Department of Tourism of the Provincial Municipality of Trujillo, called “Marinera for All”, where they will learn basic steps and dance our national dance. Will enjoy the presentation of


Starting at 11:30 am, an MDF wood painting workshop where children will learn how to make keychains and magnetic ornaments in this material; In addition, they would decorate them with Chimu iconography. This workshop will be in charge of master craftsman Oscar Centeno.

A special musical performance is scheduled for 11:45 p.m. by the Trujillo Symphony Orchestra’s brass ensemble under the direction of Maestro Wilder Lazo Valverde. Visitors will be able to enjoy classical and popular repertoire.

The most anticipated moment for pet lovers will come at 2:00 p.m., when the Peruvian Hairless Dog Costume Contest begins. The winning pet will take on an original photo session at the Nick N Wold Complex. The competition will take place in the categories of puppies and adults.

It should be noted that the hairless dog of Peru was declared cultural heritage of the nation on October 22, 2001; It was also recognized as a native breed of Peru.

Open Museum In Chan Chan: Program For The First Sunday In June


Along with various programmed activities, the public visiting the Chan Chan Site Museum will be able to enjoy a gastronomic fair where typical Peruvian dishes will be put up for sale, prepared in coordination by renowned restaurants in the city of Trujillo. With the Regional Management of Foreign Trade and Tourism of La Libertad. All of this is within the framework of Flag Oath Day, which is celebrated on June 7th.

The Grove at the Chan Chan Site Museum will also feature various stands where visitors will have the opportunity to purchase local products inspired by our culture, such as books, crafts, desserts, and more.

law supports activity

It should be noted that the ‘open museum’ program has been developed within the framework of Law No. 30599, which provides free access to Peruvians and state-administered museums, archaeological sites and historical places on the first Sunday of each month. Residents of the country informed David Calderón de los Ríos, director of the Decentralized Directorate of Culture (DDC) of La Libertad.

National and foreign visitors will be able to enter free of charge this Sunday, June 4, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The DDC of La Libertad is waiting for you.

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