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Puno, Capital of Peruvian Folklore

Nestled in the Andean highlands, on the shore of Lake Titicaca, is the city of Puno, which proudly holds the title of “Capital of Peruvian

Cusco Colorful Carnival

The ancient city of Cusco blooms with color during the Carnival, when locals and tourists are united in an exciting celebration where attendees splash each

Celebration of Corpus Christi in Cusco

Corpus Christi is a very traditional religious celebration in the imperial city of Cusco because it also harbors the customs of several different indigenous peoples

Intipunku

Intipunku, Machu Picchu’s Sun Gate

Intipunku, or “Sun Gate” in Quechua, is an imposing stone gateway that serves as the main entrance to Machu Picchu and in the Sacred Valley

Plaza de Ollantaytambo

History of the Town of Ollantaytambo

Ollantaytambo is located amidst arid mountains and colourful landscapes in the northwest corner of the Sacred Valley, the part furthest from Cusco and closest to

Baños terminales de Yura

Yura, the town of medicinal baths

he Yura thermal baths have medicinal properties for some diseases such as arthritis, poor blood circulation, skin diseases, among others. 25 kilometers north of the

Puno, Capital of Peruvian Folklore

Nestled in the Andean highlands, on the shore of Lake Titicaca, is the city of Puno, which proudly holds the title of “Capital of Peruvian

Cusco Colorful Carnival

The ancient city of Cusco blooms with color during the Carnival, when locals and tourists are united in an exciting celebration where attendees splash each

Celebration of Corpus Christi in Cusco

Corpus Christi is a very traditional religious celebration in the imperial city of Cusco because it also harbors the customs of several different indigenous peoples

Intipunku

Intipunku, Machu Picchu’s Sun Gate

Intipunku, or “Sun Gate” in Quechua, is an imposing stone gateway that serves as the main entrance to Machu Picchu and in the Sacred Valley

Plaza de Ollantaytambo

History of the Town of Ollantaytambo

Ollantaytambo is located amidst arid mountains and colourful landscapes in the northwest corner of the Sacred Valley, the part furthest from Cusco and closest to

Baños terminales de Yura

Yura, the town of medicinal baths

he Yura thermal baths have medicinal properties for some diseases such as arthritis, poor blood circulation, skin diseases, among others. 25 kilometers north of the

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