Huaca Huallamarca also known as Huaca Pan de Azúcar (Sugar Bread) is located in the San Isidro district, within the department and region of Lima. Huallamarca, is a word made up of two Quechua words whose joint meaning is “Pueblo de los Huallas” and was the name that the archaeologist Julio C. Tello gave it after its discovery.
It was one of the main settlements of the Pinazo cultural tradition of the Peruvian central coast and its construction dates from approximately 200 BCE. It became a cemetery in 300 AD, having burials corresponding to the Lima, Huaura, Sicán, Chincha and Ychsma cultures. In the 1950s it was rebuilt by Arturo Jiménez Borja .