Peru Kids Research Paper

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6. Peru Kids

Dresses, skits, tunics, blank and ponchos with geometric patterns and vibrant colors are still Native Peruvian traditional clothing styles.

The wool of the Alpaca, a traditional customs woven, is still used today.

Signing The National anthem (right)
A young Peruvian
In the journey, we had a chance to stop by at a primary school on the way from Cusco to Puno, and met these beautiful young generation, Peruvian kids.
The young couple
A thinker
Going to the morning market
To share

7. Cusco, Streets, Lanes and Towns

Cusco was the religious, military and administrative capital city in the Inca Empire between 1400 and 1534 CE, had a population 150,000 at its peak. The Inca race was
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Since conquered by the Spanish in the 16th century, Hispanic and Native American cultures have been coexisting.

Iliantaytambo, a small town has train station to Aguascalientes Callentes also known as Machu Picchu town

Cusco City is full of ancient Inca's culture, history and life style.

Strolling in Cusco streets, lanes, or small towns, seeing the ancient Inca's stone architectures, Spanish style houses, it demonstrates a mixed culture, history of the native indigenous, Inca civilization and Spanish invasion.

Temple of the sun, the most important temple in the Inca Empire. Spanish demolished it and built the Santo Domingo Church on it.

Santo Domingo Church (above)
Saqsaywaman (left two photos)
Twelve Corner Stone

Inca temple ruins at Raqchi, also known as the Temple of Wiracocha, the largest single roof in the Inca
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Amazon Rainforest birds

Hoatzin - a deep jungle bird
Amazon Eagle
To catch the prey
Gathering and dancing at dust (egrets)
Showing time
Scarlet Macaw, a large with red and blue color South American parrot. Its lifespan can up to 75 years.
Black and Yellow
Tasting the flash sweet dew

Scarlet Macaw
The Amazon Rainforest is a birder's paradise. More than 1,500 species of birds are living there.

Brilliantly colored scarlet macaws, iconic toucans and powerful harpy eagles are famous Amazon Rainforest birds.

Toucan, a common bird in the Amazon Rainforest

A enjoyable evening

Blue and yellow macaw

The blue and yellow macaw, a large South American parrot also known as the blue-and-gold macaw, is an endangered bird species.

It lives 30 to 35 years in the wild with a lengthy of 30-34 inches, weight 2-3 Ib. A very intelligent and social bird.

9. Peru People
A mixed religion country, characterized by a diversity of religious beliefs and practices. Including Roman Catholic, Christian, indigenous Peruvians traditional beliefs, Protestants ...

Taking break
Knitting and selling on the street
A free market under snow mountain
The blend of modern civilization and traditional culture

10 a journey that would not be
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