The country's capital, Lima, is home to more than a third of Peruvians, in a huge noisy and deafening megalopolis. The "City of Kings" was founded by Pizarro, the conquistador of South America, in January 1535 and quickly became the new capital (to the detriment of Cusco), bringing together all the commercial and administrative activities of the empire. Lima then became the very emblem of Hispanic colonization and domination. In recent decades, many slums called "pueblos jovenes", the young villages, have developed around the city, such as the favelas or slums of Brazil, with all the problems and social inequalities that this brings. It is a restless city, in perpetual motion, the typical capital of a country in the midst of an economic boom, which reserves some jewels of culture and history of the country for those who stay there. The visit to the capital includes a walk through the colonial-style neighborhoods of Miraflores, San Isidro and the historic center, with the architectural ensemble of San Fransisco, a small jewel of the colonial heritage: the church of San Fransisco, La Soledad and El Milagro. Also on the agenda is a visit to catacombs that conserve more than 25,000 human bones.