Lampa Municipalidad

Lake Titicaca

In the small square beside the Plaza de Armas, the town hall is recognizable by its murals depicting Lampa’s history – past, present and future. Inside there’s a gorgeous courtyard, a replica of the Pietà (a second one is in the church) and a museum honoring noted Lampa-born painter Víctor Humareda (1920–86).

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