Parque El “Olivar”
The olive grove The most valuable of San Isidro is in the park El Olivar, vegetable jewel that stands out among the parks of the hemisphere, constitutes not only a living memory of Lima history, but a great lung for the city. The Olivar Forest was declared a National Monument by Supreme Resolution No. 5773 of December 16, 1959. This beautiful place constitutes the most representative sector of San Isidro and symbolizes the viceroyalty and republican tradition of our district.
The name of Huallamarca derives from the Quechua word “Marca” that means, comarca of the town and Hualla was the name of a tribe. The structure of the Huaca tail of the small is an artifice obtained by the superposition of adobe yarns, 20×20 cm. Approximately, handmade.
Basílica de la Virgen del Pilar
Casa Hacienda Moreyra
The hacienda Moreyra house is a stately residence of the bottom of San Isidro is provided with a majestic chapel, a basement and some catacombs.
In Casa Hacienda Moreyra, formerly known as the olive grove house where Doña Rosa Gutierrez de Cossio, Countess of San Isidro, united in the highest aristocracy of Lima Virreynal, offered a reception to the liberator Don Jose de San Martín.