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Stunning Astronomical Alignment Found at Peru Pyramid.

An ancient astronomical alignment in southern Peru has been discovered by researchers between a pyramid, two stone lines and the setting sun during the winter solstice. During the solstice, hundreds of years ago, the three would have lined up to frame the pyramid in light.

The two stone lines, called geoglyphs, are located about ...
 
 
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The Pacific, The Andes and the Amazon: The Great Geography Helping Peru Food.

One of the first things I was taught in school about Peru's geography was the beauty of its three main geographical areas; the coast, the mountains and the jungle; la costa, la sierra y la selva. Here you can find many treasures that are blessed with a wide variety of climates and soils to grow many ingredients. Peru is known as more than...

 
 
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Where to take visitors in Lima.

There is a time honored question for expats: “What do I show to visitors to my new country?” When I first moved to Peru, it seemed that my friends and family were anxious to come and be awed by the wonders of this beautiful country. I was thrilled to show them around and share the vast amount of knowledge I had obtained about the ...

 
 
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Top Five Most Beautiful Mammals in the Amazon.

There are approximately 800 different species of mammals in the Amazon Rainforest that have been classified.  In an area spanning 2.124 million sq miles (5.5 million km²), there are bound to be more exotic creatures yet to be discovered.

The majority of the forest is located within Brazil, containing 60%, followed by Pe...
 
 
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Lima Day Trip: Pachacamac.

Around Lima there are many historical and archeological sites to visit. You don’t need to leave the capital to stumble upon traces of ancient cultures that predate the Spanish conquest.

One such place is the archeological citadel of Pachacamac (200 A.D. – 1533 A.D.) This pre-Inca sanctuary, named after the Quechua wor...
 
 
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Amazon to the Andes - Part II.

Prior to moving onto an entirely new country I have decided that I must continue my story on Peru by telling you about my experience hiking the famous Inca Trail. Even though there are countless stories retelling this four-day journey, I thought it was important that I tell you about my journey in the Andes after I spent time in the Amazon ju...

 
 
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Amazon to the Andes.

As you can imagine, my travel wish list is infinitely longer then most people you encounter. The majority of people I meet assume that because I do so much travelling, my destination bucket list must be getting shorter by the minute, but surprisingly it is quite the opposite that is happening. The more I venture out and explore the world, the...

 
 
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Visiting the Wealth and Pride of Peru.

Just a little over three years ago, the Central Reserve Bank of Peru started minting a series of one Nuevo Sol coins known as the “Wealth and Pride of Peru.” The first coin appeared around March of 2010 and since then we numismatics (coin collectors) have eagerly awaited the release of the new coins about every four months. So far...

 
 
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Fine dining in Peru.

Peru’s cresting culinary reputation is seeping past its shores

Shh...Coastal Lima is the main attraction, so get in quick and ride the mainly (seafood) wave while hip Peruvian food is still that.
 
Tell me more…Peru has more than 2,000 varieties of potato and virtually all the tropi...
 
 
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Lima, Peru prepares for World Economic Forum this week.

The Peruvian capital is preparing to host the World Economic Forum on Latin America, which will take place between April 23 and 25, and will see over 650 participants from more than 40 countries and 340 organizations.

Three heads of government and more than 45 government leaders and policy-makers, will be joined by 450 business l...
 
 
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The wildest wildlife in Peru.

Peru is rich with diversity on every scale--from its people, to its climates and regions, and especially with its abundance of wildlife. But some of those animals are endangered and could become extinct, which would be unfortunate because they are an integral part of what makes this country so beautiful.

 
Eff...
 
 
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Peru Travel Guide.

The Inca left their mark on Peru, but there's more to the country than Machu Picchu. Hike Andean trails, take boats through the Amazon, and surf Pacific rollers

Everyone knows about Machu Picchu, the myth and mist shrouded Inca citadel, but don't let it outshine the rest of the country. Peru has more archaeological sites ...
 
 
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Macaw Breeding Season.

The Tambopata Research Center has hosted world-renowned macaw research for 20 years now, with researchers analyzing macaw activity, monitoring the fruiting trees they feed on, and overall keeping an eye on the macaw population.

 
During breeding season, the macaws start laying eggs and the researchers begin cl...
 
 
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Peru's top five attractions.

Peru startles with its variety – parched coastal desert, jagged Andean peaks, lush Amazon rainforest. Its rich culture runs the gamut from sophisticated Lima to traditional weaving villages and mist-shrouded ancient ruins.

Peru’s Five Top Experiences
 
1. Machu Picchu
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Taking a Journey Through Peru’s Melting Pot of Cuisine.

When most people think of foodie destinations, places like Tuscany, Paris and Spain’s Basque Country usually come to mind. That was how I thought too, that is, until I went to Peru.

For those who enjoy trendy fusion restaurants, a trip to Peru allows you to sample dishes with a mélange of flavors for under one dollar...
 
 
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From the top of San Cristobal .

After a few months of living in Lima, it’s easy to get stuck in the same routine day in and day out. You might find yourself confined to one or two of the city’s many districts, which might give you a certain type of tunnel vision.

I was beginning to feel that way until a friend recommended that I go up to the top of ...
 
 
 
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