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Javier Cabrera Scientific Museum
Ranked #10 of 36 things to do in Ica
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Dr. Javier Cabrera Darquea, surgeon, founder professor of the University of Ica and international patent holder of a copper metallurgy was the Peruvian scientist who studied and decoded the message of the 11,000 engraved stones of Ica that has the Scientific Museum Javier Cabrera. The stones were engraved by Gliptolitics men who came from a planet in the constellation of the Pleiades, were beings from another dimension, a more advanced civilization that ours. In the stones of the Museum you can see the first maps of the earth, scenes of men with extinct animals such as dinosaurs and highly advanced surgical operations, among other great revelations. They are the oldest archaeological remains of the earth, with more than 65 million years at least. To get a reservation send an email request, it is mandatory to make the respective bank deposit in our current account in SCOTIABANK to confirm a reservation.
Reviewed November 2, 2012

this museum is very nice has good colection of mummuies andcrafs and ceramics interesting history about two main cultures before incas time, higly recommended

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Reviewed August 16, 2012

if you are interested to know about ica cultures then this place might educate you to know deeper about ica story

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Reviewed May 27, 2008

This was a stop my girlfriend JUST HAD TO MAKE, and I'm glad she did! We met Eugenia Cabrera in Lima, and after flying in and Mr. Rojas picking us up, and dropping us off at the bus terminal, we were entrusted to Eugenia for a couple of days. WOW is all I can say about this museum. It has several thousand stones (some were damaged by the earthquake of 2007, but we touched, explored books, and got to meet the "caretaker" Euginia, with her smile and laughter.
I shall never forget this place!

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