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By: Ryan Grey.  “El Museo de Matales Preciosos Precolombinos” translates to “The Museum of Precious (Pre-columbian) Metals.

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1 By: Ryan Grey

2  “El Museo de Matales Preciosos Precolombinos” translates to “The Museum of Precious (Pre-columbian) Metals

3  El Museo de Metales Preciosos Precolombinos is located in La Paz, Bolivia

4  The Museum contains pre-columbian treasures of gold, silver, and copper.  Pre-Columbian Temple 

5  El Museo de Metales Preciosos is also known as “Museo del Oro” (Gold Museum)  Though it does not JUST contain gold. It has beautiful ceramic objects, and paintings.

6  The Museum contains 3 different halls with art made of gold, copper, and silver.

7 Tiwanaku Gold mask - Tiwanaku, Bolivia Kalasasaya Complex housed at the Museo de Metales Preciosos Precolombinos

8 This picture shows Inca ornamental gold discs dates back to 1000AC on display at the Museo de Metales Preciosos Precolombinos

9 This picture is of the Inca Gold Offering Figurine housed at the Museo de Metales Preciosos Precolombinos

10  This is another Tiwanaku Gold mask at the Museo de Metales Preciosos Precolombinos  The reason that there is more than one mask is that the Tiwanaku culture goes back more than 1500 years.

11  Armstrong, Kate, Vesna Maric, and Andy Symington. "La Paz." Bolivia. Lonely Planet, Google Books. Web. 11 Aug  "Museums- Calle Jean." Virtualtourist.com. 25 Apr Web. 11 Aug  ""Pre-Columbian Art Dated 1000AC Located Tiwanaku Gold Museum, La Paz, Bolivia"" DDB Stock Photography: Pictures of Latin America. Klause Inchauste. Web. 12 Aug


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