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Most of countries have tribes. Tribes have their own style of living, tradition and culture. Here is some information about Uros tribes Peru.
The Nazca Lines are probably the world’s best-known example of “geoglyphs”, which can be defined as large-scale man-made markings on the ground that are made for artistic, religious or social reasons. But why are they there?
A tribe related to south American in Peru have made living with comfortably on lake Titicaca with local reeds available in that place
While Yale scholar Hiram Bingham was travelling up the slopes with a few companions on an expedition. He came across some local peasants who informed him of ancient ruins which covered the area. He went to see them for himself and found the lost Inca city of Machu Picchu. Bingham made...
Here I talk about Huacachina, a village and oasis in the Peruvian desert. Is surrounded by sand and dunes and it is very popular with locals and tourists who come to ride the sand dunes. It is also close to the Paracas National Reserve and the Islas Ballestas. The oasis features on th...
The ruins of Machu Picchu were rediscovered in 1911 by Yale archaeologist Hiram Bingham, and have been described as one of the most beautiful and enigmatic ancient sites in the world.
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