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Lake Titicaca - Fascinating landscape

Lake Titicaca

A beautiful landscape and a wealth of species have made Lake Titicaca a popular tourist destination. The world's largest inland lake now before the?
The hustle and bustle in the markets of Lima

The hustle and bustle in the markets of Lima

The markets show a lot about the local conditions of the different countries. So, if you want to know more about the traditions, the cultivated food and the habits of the Peruvian people, you should visit a market in Lima.
The baroque splendor of the Basilica of Our Lady of Mercy

The baroque splendor of the Basilica of Our Lady of Mercy

The Baroque Splendor of the Our Lady of Mercy Basilica Many of Lima's churches are located in the historic center, dating back to the colonial era Spanish. This large density of churches has one
Archaeological finds in the Pucuncho basin

Archaeological finds in the Pucuncho basin

In October last year there was a small sensation in Perú - at least in archaeological circles. A team of researchers from the USA, Germany, Canada and Perú discovered the highest settlements of glacial peoples in the Pucuncho basin in the southern Andes.
Teleférico de Kuélap – by cable car to the Chachapoya fortress

Teleférico de Kuélap - by cable car to the Chachapoya fortress

It's been over a year since the Kuelap cable car project began. Tourists will soon be able to take the cable car to Kuelap Fortress.
Paititi Peru

Paititi, the lost city of the Inca

Paititi, the legendary "City of Gold". The legendary Inca people ruled South America from the 13th to the 16th century. They did it, the