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TinTin - Last Update: October 12, 2018

In this section of our Multimedia gallery you’ll find the videos & clips from our News, Travel Destinations, Editor's Opinion's, Peru Information section and selected Documentaries

Travel Destinations

The Rainbow Mountain in Peru

The Rainbow Mountain in Peru

Probably one of the most stunning and beautiful geological occurrences in the world can be viewed at the Rainbow Mountain which is part of the Ausangate mountains high in the Andes about 140 km (85 miles) southeast of Cusco.
Submitted by: TinTin
on 12 October 2018
Kuelap Archaeological Zone

Kuelap Archaeological Zone

Located at 3000 m (about 10,000 feet) above sea level at the top of the Barreta plateau overlooking the Utcubamba Valley in northern Peru, the Kuelap complex is not only a prime example of the architectural style of the Chachapoyas culture, but also the largest stone monument in South America...
Submitted by: TinTin
on 29 November 2017
Caral - Supe: The oldest civilization in the Americas

Caral - Supe: The oldest civilization in the Americas

Scattered across the 80sq. km area of the Supe valley, 19 other urban settlements were found that share similarities with Caral. This might indicate that the Sacred City was part of an even vaster complex. The Sacred City of Caral - Supe was declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO...
Submitted by: TinTin
on 25 November 2017
The Fortress Real Felipe in Callao

The Fortress Real Felipe in Callao

The Fortress Real Felipe in Callao was built 250 years ago to protect the influential capital Lima, its port in Callao and the Peruvian coast.
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017
The Sarcophagi of Karajia

The Sarcophagi of Karajia

(Video about the stone coffins of Karajía in Spanish. Copyright by the Banco Central de Reserva del Perú / BCRP)
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017
Caral – The Sacred City

Caral – The Sacred City

(Video about Caral – The Sacred City in spanish. Copyright by the Banco Central de Reserva del Perú / BCRP)
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017
Protection of the Pachacamac ruins

Protection of the Pachacamac ruins

How scientists and citizens protect the ancient Pachacamac ruins in Peru
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017
Cross a canyon on Peru's last handwoven bridge

Cross a canyon on Peru's last handwoven bridge

During Inca times rope bridges were an essential part of the extensive Andean road system, the Qhapaq Ñan, spanning over rivers, canyons and abysses. The simple suspension bridges were built by hand using a local grass called ichu that was braided or woven into strong ropes called q’oya.
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017

From the News

One week of rainfall in Peru - NASA Satellite Imagery

One week of rainfall in Peru - NASA Satellite Imagery

NASA's IMERG rainfall estimates were based on data collected during the period from March 14 to 21, 2017. Purple areas indicate the heaviest rainfall rates, where rain was falling at a rate of between 25 mm (~1 inch) and 50 mm (~2 inches) per hour.
Submitted by: TinTin
on 09 October 2018
Peru Floods - Joint Forces & Help (March 2017)

Peru Floods - Joint Forces & Help (March 2017)

Recent efforts and joint forces of volunteers and institutions assisting affected areas in Peru after heavy rains and floods (03/2017)
Submitted by: TinTin
on 09 October 2018
Peru Hidden Treasure - Trailer (2)

Peru Hidden Treasure - Trailer (2)

Documentary exploring the Peruvian natural wonders, landscapes, geography, culinary diversity and cultural heritage of previous civilizations.
Submitted by: Sunflower
on 27 November 2017
Face of Lord of Sipan - Reconstruction of a 2000 year old skull

Face of Lord of Sipan - Reconstruction of a 2000 year old skull

Combining cutting edge technology with the results of forensic anthropological and anatomical research made it possible that we now have a quite realistic picture of how the famous Moche leader would have looked like: he had the typical features of pre-Columbian ancestry and looked like the original South American indigenous...
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017
The PerúSAT-1 satellite mission

The PerúSAT-1 satellite mission

PerúSAT-1 is currently the most powerful Earth observation satellite in the Latin American region. The result of a bilateral agreement between Peru and France, PerúSAT-1 gives Peru a sovereign capability and will play a key role in bringing the benefits of space to its society.
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017
Racing in Cocaine Valley

Racing in Cocaine Valley

“Racing in Cocaine Valley” is a documentary by Lali Houghton and Nick Ahlmark, independent film makers and investigative journalists, that are trying to provide an insight into the local circumstances. While the short film at first seems to be just about winning a dangerous motorcycle taxi race, it actually quite...
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017
Smuggling of exotic animals in Peru

Smuggling of exotic animals in Peru

CCTV America correspondent Dan Collyns, based in Lima, Peru, looked deeper into the matter and traveled to the Amazon rainforest to investigate for “Americas Now”. He came back with an interesting and well-balanced reportage on the illegal trafficking of exotic animals in Peru.
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017

Documentaries

Peru Hidden Treasure - Trailer (2)

Peru Hidden Treasure - Trailer (2)

Documentary exploring the Peruvian natural wonders, landscapes, geography, culinary diversity and cultural heritage of previous civilizations.
Submitted by: Sunflower
on 27 November 2017
Racing in Cocaine Valley

Racing in Cocaine Valley

“Racing in Cocaine Valley” is a documentary by Lali Houghton and Nick Ahlmark, independent film makers and investigative journalists, that are trying to provide an insight into the local circumstances. While the short film at first seems to be just about winning a dangerous motorcycle taxi race, it actually quite...
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017
Smuggling of exotic animals in Peru

Smuggling of exotic animals in Peru

CCTV America correspondent Dan Collyns, based in Lima, Peru, looked deeper into the matter and traveled to the Amazon rainforest to investigate for “Americas Now”. He came back with an interesting and well-balanced reportage on the illegal trafficking of exotic animals in Peru.
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017
Don't Drive in Lima!

Don't Drive in Lima!

TV Episode from the Don't Drive Here Series in 2013
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017

Peru Information

National Anthem of Peru in Quechua

National Anthem of Peru in Quechua

Quechua is a Native South American language spoken primarily in the Andes of South America. The language was derived from a common ancestral language and is along with Spanish an official language in Peru.
Submitted by: TinTin
on 09 October 2018
National Anthem of Peru in Spanish

National Anthem of Peru in Spanish

The new Peruvian anthem was performed publicly for the first time in the night of the 23rd of September 1821 in the Theater of Lima.
Submitted by: TinTin
on 09 October 2018
Inti Raymi in Cusco - The Inca Festival of the Sun

Inti Raymi in Cusco - The Inca Festival of the Sun

Each year on June 24, a few days after the winter solstice in the southern hemisphere, the largest and most important festival of the Inca Empire, the Inti Raymi or Festival of the Sun, is celebrated in Cusco.
Submitted by: TinTin
on 24 November 2017

Editor's Opinion's

Archeological sites in Lima - Peru damaged by urbanization

Archeological sites in Lima - Peru damaged by urbanization

Drone video of the Inca archaeological sites in the middle of Lima, the sprawling capital of Peru (Source: AP)
Submitted by: TinTin
on 09 October 2018
Archeological sites in Lima - Peru at risk

Archeological sites in Lima - Peru at risk

Drone video of the Inca archaeological sites in the middle of Lima, the sprawling capital of Peru (Source: AP)
Submitted by: TinTin
on 09 October 2018
Don't Drive in Lima!

Don't Drive in Lima!

TV Episode from the Don't Drive Here Series in 2013
Submitted by: TinTin
on 05 November 2017

Peruvian Food & Drink Diversity

Pisco cultural heritage of Peru

Pisco cultural heritage of Peru

According to records, Pisco is produced in Peru since the 17th century by fermenting crushed grapes and then distilling the fermented grape juice in copper pot stills. After distillation, the Peruvian Pisco ages at least 3 months in vessels that won’t alter the flavor, such as the traditional amphorae called...
Submitted by: TinTin
on 12 October 2018
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