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Sunday January 26

Mayta Capac

The Inca Lloque Yupanqui had grown old without an heir. And now it was widely…

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Sunday January 26

The Rod of Gold

In ages long past there was nothing, but wilderness and the people lived like beasts.…

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Tuesday November 19

Peru’s Top 20 Brands 2019

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by Eva Summer

During the “Kantar Talks 2019: How to grow in competitive times?” held last week in…

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Thursday November 14

Ruraq Maki, hecho a mano Online Shop

in Peruvian Curiosities

by Eva Summer

For years the “Ruraq Maki, hecho a mano” art & crafts fair is the most…

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Wednesday November 13

Threatened Wildlife of Peru Coin Series

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by Eva Summer

The numismatic series "Fauna Silvestre Amenazada del Perú" (Threatened Wildlife of Peru) was issued by…

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Monday November 11

Natural Resources of Peru Coin Series

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by Eva Summer

The numismatic series "Recursos Naturales del Peru" (Natural Resources of Peru) was issued by the…

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Travel Destination Peru

Valley of the Geysers in Candarave, Tacna

Just 4 hours from Tacna in southern Peru in the Vilacota-Maure Regional Conservation Area one of the many hidden and mostly unknown natural treasures the country has to offer, can be found: the Valley of the Geysers (El Valle de los Géiseres).

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Aguaymanto (physalis peruviana) is a plant and its fruits native to the Peruvian Andes. The incredible berries with many names - locally they are also known as uchuva, uvilla or ushun, abroad as cape gooseberry, golden berry,…

Cushuro – The caviar of the Andes

Cushuro (nostoc sphaericum), also known as cusuro, murmuntu(a), llullucha, macha-macha, rachapa or simpler egg of the rivers, is a blue-green alga that is traditionally used as a food source in the Andes of Peru, Chile and…
  • Camu Camu, also known as cacari, camocamo or myrciaria dubia, is native to the Peruvian lowland jungle and grows on bushy trees along riverbanks and in flooded areas of the Amazon…
  • Lucuma is undoubtly the most popular fruit in Peru. The native subtropical fruit, which some even name "The last gold of the Incas” and consider it as the “national fruit”, is…
  • Creamy, sweet Manjar Blanco embedded in two almost powdery cookies, that is a traditional, absolutely delicious and addicting Peruvian Alfajor - one of the most popular sweet…
  • For thousands of years ancient cultures high in the Peruvian Andes produced a refreshing, fruity and healthy (at least if you go easy on the sugar) non-alcoholic drink called…
  • Peru’s celebrated cuisine is not only about famous chefs, outstanding meat and fish dishes or the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables, but as well about the often-forgotten…
  • Pisco is Peru's national drink and the pride and joy of every Peruvian.
  • Ceviche, also spelled Cebiche, is not only one of the most popular dishes in Peru and the pride and joy of all Peruvians, but as well the Peruvian National Dish with its very own…
  • Picarones are one of these Peruvian goodies that once tried there’s no way back. The deep fried picarones drizzled with a sweet and flavorful syrup are not only on the list of…
  • It hardly gets any more Peruvian on the dining table than enjoying the simplicity and fresh local flavors of Papas a la Huancaina.
  • Peruvians love salsas, sauces and dips. They are a must on every dining table and complement, enhance or vary the unique flavors of local dishes. One of the most popular sauces in…

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