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Ancient and Current History of Peru

Ancient and Current History of Peru What you find when visiting the country of Peru is multiple layers of civilizations. This among other things is what makes Peru such an interesting place to experience. For instance, there are a number of beautiful colonial cites, carefully preserved by Spanish conquistadors, the every magnificent Machu Picchu also known as the lost city, or Cuzco, the Incan capital. However, just as you can walk among ancient ruins and get a firsthand glimpse into ancient history, you will also turn to see massive complexes of glass and chrome. Although South America is known around the world for its incredible natural
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Lake Titicaca - The Beauty

Lake Titicaca - The Beauty Although there are many impressive lakes in South America, one stands out above the rest – Lake Titicaca. Bordering on the Bolivia and Peru borders, this massive lake is truly something worth seeing. Known as the world’s largest navigable lake, Lake Titicaca covers more than 3,800 square miles. Found at a summit, some 12,500 feet above sea level, the lake today is an important resource for people that live in this region. While there are farmers and fishers living and working off the land, the lake is known for something else - the Uros people and
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Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu Machu Picchu, also known as the lost city, is one of the world’s most spectacular ruins. If you want adventure when visiting Peru, then you must add this trip to the top of your list of things to do and see. These ruins are surrounded by mystery. After climbing, you will reach the top of the mountain where you will not believe your eyes. There, is a massive city constructed of rock and stone, sitting on a plateau with an unbelievable view out over vast green land. One of the great mysteries is how the massive rocks to build this city were
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The Andes Mountains

The Andes Mountains Located in South America, the Andes Mountain stretches from the north to the south, going along the western coast some 4,500 miles, making this one of the longest and highest mountain ranges in the entire world. When visiting South America, this area is one that you certainly should experience but remember that with some areas of the Andes being closer to the equator than other places, the climate will vary. The Andes mountain range is divided into three natural regions. First, is the south, second the central region, and third,
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