Lima is also known for its rich history; it was originally founded in 1535 by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro and was declared UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991 for being one of the oldest cities in South America. Its central historical district features Baroque mansions, street-side cafes, art galleries and an abundance of museums that showcase Peru's incredible past.
Cities in Lima
San Luis, Chilca, Lima, Matucana, Mala, San Bartolo, Chancay, Hualmay, Santiago de Surco, Supe, Ricardo Palma, Provincia de Cajatambo, Urb. Santo Domingo, Barranca, Puerto Supe, Huaral, Sayán, San Isidro, Paramonga, Caleta de Carquín, Independencia, Imperial, Santa María, Huacho, Nuevo Imperial, San Vicente de Cañete, Chosica, Oyon, Huaura, Quilmaná, Végueta, Pativilca