World Heritage

Chan Chan, the clay capital of Chimú

Chan Chan, the clay capital of Chimú

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Chan Chan. Anyone visiting Peru and traveling along the Pacific coast should definitely plan a visit to Chan Chan, located about five kilometers west of the city of Trujillo
Huascarán: national park and alpine challenge

Huascarán: national park and alpine challenge

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Anyone who loves to travel to Peru as a nature lover or passionate mountaineer can not really miss the Huascarán National Park: it is the second highest of its kind in the South American Andes
Manu National Park: Stunning biodiversity

Manu National Park: Stunning biodiversity

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The Manu National Park east of Cuzco is a paradise of organic diversity. 15,000 species of flowers and plants thrive here. More than 1,000 of the world's 9,700 bird species live in Manu National Park.
Caral The oldest city of the American continent

Caral - oldest city of the American continent

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The discovery of the ancient city of Caral is at least as adventurous as its creation. Caral is the first pre-ceramic civilization ever proven.
Cusco – the “middle of the world” in the Andes

Cusco - the "middle of the world" in the Andes

In the south of the Sierra, in the middle of the fertile mountainous region of the Andes, is the city of Cuzco, which was once the heart of the Inca Empire and nowadays one of the main tourist attractions.
The Nazca Lines – the eighth wonder of the world in the Atacama Desert of Peru

The Nazca Lines - the eighth wonder of the world in the Atacama Desert of Peru

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The area around Nasca belongs to the Pampa Colorada, which limits the east of the Andes Mountain Range and forty kilometers west of the Pacific Ocean. About 50,000 years ago, the valleys of the Andes were filled with heavy gravel rains. After this
Arequipa - the "White City"

Arequipa - the "White City" in Peru

The city of Arequipa is located at an altitude of 2,300 meters in the Peruvian Andes and is also known as the "White City" for its buildings made of light volcanic rock. Other sources say the name comes from the fact that the fair-skinned colonial masters from Spain banned the locals in the center of Arequipa