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  1. Pastoral Quechua: The History of Christian Translation in Colonial Peru, 1550-1650 (History, Languages, and Cultures of the Spanish and Portuguese Worlds) by Alan Durston, 2007-10-25
  2. Peru Secreto: Cusco - Ica - Ancash - Amazonas
  3. Indigenous Mestizos: The Politics of Race and Culture in Cuzco, Peru, 1919-1991 (Latin America Otherwise) by Marisol de la Cadena, Marisol de la Cadena, 2000-12
  4. PEOPLES CULTURES ANCIENT PERU by Luis G. Lumbreras, 1978-02-17
  5. El Nino in Peru: Biology and Culture over 10,000 Years (Publication (Field Museum of Natural History)) by John Engel, 2003-12
  6. Deconstructing Legitimacy: Viceroys, Merchants, and the Military in Late Colonial Peru by Patricia H. Marks, 2007-09-30
  7. The Mochica A Culture of Peru by Elizabeth P. Benson, 1972
  8. The Jesuit and the Incas: The Extraordinary Life of Padre Blas Valera, S.J. (History, Languages, and Cultures of the Spanish and Portuguese Worlds) by Sabine Hyland, 2004-11-04
  9. The Archaeology and Pottery of Nazca, Peru: Alfred Kroeber's 1926 Expedition: Alfred Kroeber's 1926 Expedition by Alfred Kroeber, 1999-01-28
  10. Two Years in Peru: With Exploration of Its Antiquities. Volume 1 by Thomas Joseph Hutchinson, 2000-12-27
  11. Disobedience, Slander, Seduction, and Assault: Women and Men in Cajamarca, Peru, 1862-1900 (Louann Atkins Temple Women & Culture) by Tanja Christiansen, 2004-11-01
  12. Andean village technology: An introduction to a collection of manufactured articles from Santiago de Chocorvos, Peru by I. Neil Stevenson, 1974
  13. Two Years in Peru: With Exploration of Its Antiquities. Volume 2 by Thomas Joseph Hutchinson, 2000-12-27
  14. Cultures in Conflict: Social Movements and the State in Peru by Susan C. Stokes, 1995-05-01

41. CULTUREFOCUS Travel Photos. Pictures From Egypt, Syria, Jordan, India, Nepal, Gu
Provides travel photos taken in Egypt, Syria, Jordan, India, Nepal, Guatemala, Mexico, peru, and on safaris in Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, Namibia). Includes pictures, culture, and history.
World Travel Photos: Pictures of Egypt, Syria, Jordan, India, Nepal, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru and Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Namibia).
A personal collection of travel photos featuring pictures from around the world. Sorry, this page uses frames, but your browser doesn't support them. However, you can click on the links below or click here to enter my site. Photos of Nepal. Nepal pictures including Kathmandu temples, Bodhnath, Swayambhunath, and a trek near Mount Everest in the Himalaya. India pictures featuring Varanasi on the Ganges, the Taj Mahal and the Temples of Khajuraho. Egypt pictures . Photos of some wonders of ancient Egypt including the Great Pyramids of Giza, Sphinx, Luxor, Karnak and Abu Simbel. More about the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt including photos of the Great Pyramid of Khafre. More about Luxor and Karnak Temples, the temples of ancient Thebes in Egypt. More about the Valley of the Kings , tombs for Egyptian pharaohs with illustrations of Egyptian gods. Photos of Syria and Jordan featuring Palmyra and Petra.

42. Learning Spanish In Spain, Mexico And Peru (Latin America)
Spanish + Arabic culture. don Quijote Granada. Spanish + Fun Arabic culture in Granada. The course. The aim of this course is

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Spanish + Arabic culture don Quijote Granada Spanish + Fun Arabic Culture in Granada The course The aim of this course is to allow you to plunge into the fascinating though polemic Arabic culture. Granada was an exponent of the Arabic World for 800 years and keeps the trace of it in its hearth and architecture of the city. The Alhambra The Alhambra This Spanish and specialisation course includes seminar and visits to the most significant places of Granada; the course consists of 3 weeks Spanish course + 9 hours class on Arabic culture. 3 weeks Intensive Spanish course (4 hours daily) Specialisation course on Arabic Culture
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43. Tanager Tours - Bird Watching, Nature And Culture Tours In Peru
Bird watching and combined nature and culture tours in peru.
TANAGER TOURS - Bird Watching, Nature and Culture Tours in Peru
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  • Recce trip Cerro Chinguela and Tumbes - August 2004
    MANU september 2004
    A Norwegian couple is doing a Manu tour from September 13-22. On this guided tour we will visit Cock-of-the-Rock lodge, Amazonia Lodge and Pantiacolla Lodge. They search 2 people more to lower the costs. MANU october 2004
    A british couple is doing a Manu tour of 9 days on October 15- 23. On this guided tour we will visit Cock-of-the-Rock lodge, Amazonia Lodge and Pantiacolla Lodge.
    Afterwards they will continue with 2 days Abra Malaga. Santa- Eulalia/ Marcapomacocha october 2004
    Space for 2 people more on a confirmed tour from Lima to Santa Eulalia and Marcapomacocha from October 11-13 ( 3days).

44. CULTUREFOCUS: Peru Photos. Pictures Of Machu Picchu, The Inca 'lost City'.
Photos from peru. Pictures and history of the Inca city of Machu Picchu, a mysterious and spectacular ruin in the Andes. The Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in peru is one of the world's most spectacular ruins site about the history, geography, culture and people of peru. By Monica Vela Valdizan
HOME Land of the Incas Nazca and Paracas Lake Titicaca Peru MACHU PICCHU The Lost City of the Incas The Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in Peru is one of the world's most spectacular ruins. Houses, temples, staircases and agricultural terraces were built high among rugged and forested mountains with distant snow-covered Andean peaks providing a backdrop. Far below, the rapids of the Urubamba river loop round the site. The mysteries of Machu Picchu Machu Picchu is a mysterious place built in a staggering landscape for reasons forgotten with the passing of the Inca empire. It is believed to have been constructed by the great ruler Pachacuti around the middle of the 15th century. The Spanish conquistadors never found the site, probably because it was abandoned before the conquest. Because the Incas left no written records, historians can only speculate on the purpose of Machu Picchu. Some believe that the dramatic location may have held geographical or astronomical significance to the Incas.
Long after being abandoned by the Incas and overgrown by dense forest, Machu Picchu was rediscovered in 1911 by the explorer and historian Hiram Bingham.

45. La Esquina Del Movimiento
Coordinates in a unique topology, somewhere between peru and the web. Links and comments on peruvian politics, culture and current events.
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Information on Camisea Natural Gas Project
I am sure that one of these days, Camisea is going to pop back into the news so here are some links for future reference. The Bank Information Center USA has a valuable cache of information on the Camisea Natural Gas Project, Peru . It has been following the project from the start. You also might want to check out AmazonWatch The consortium developing the whole show has a site: Camisea Project posted 3:56 PM Wednesday, June 2

46. Bolivia Peru Ecuador Indigenous Culture
culture and folklore of the andes, bolivia peru ecuador.Los kjarkas, awatias, kalamarka.
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47. Pagina Principal Huacas Del Sol Y La Luna
History and photographs of these archeological mounds of the Moche culture in peru.
The Moche Culture Some Historical Background Moche Origins Material Culture and Technology ... Books (in spanish) Subscribe to our mail list S P O N S O R S Hosted By

48. Certified Organic - Peru Naturtex Partners
peru. Manufacturers of woven and knitted fabrics for apparel, from naturally colored cotton, and organic, cotton and alpaca. Also, yarns and readymade apparel. Extensive information about products, culture and company ideology.
Home Our Company Organic Cotton Organic Alpaca ... Contact
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Naturtex manufactures eco-textiles on contract for private label companies and prepares annual collections of yarns, fabrics, and apparel under our trademarked names, Pakucho, Morrope, Native Cotton and Vicuna Cotton. Combining these unique capabilities, Naturtex has built a solid reputation for being a well connected and reliable contract manufacturer and exporter. We service some of the most demanding and complex international eco markets.
Recipient of the ADEX award as principal
exporter of ecological textiles, November, 2003
SKAL , owner of the prestigious EKO quality symbol.
James M. Vreeland, Jr and son James with Peruvian President Dr Alejandro Toledo
Established in 1997, Peru Naturtex Partners is guaranteed by over 20 years of research and production experience in organic textiles by the firm's founder, American anthropologist, James M. Vreeland, Jr.
We are proud to be part of the world's oldest and most innovative textile industry, a textile tradition spanning over 5,000 years.

In 1990 Japanese immigrants constituted the largest foreign group in peru and were rapidly integrating into peruvian culture, gaining positions from president
Peru Table of Contents Another separate dimension of the "Indian problem" so widely discussed by Peruvian essayists has to do with the natives living in the Selva and high Selva, or Montaña, regions of the country. The tribal peoples have a tenuous and generally unhappy relationship with Peruvians and the state, evolved from long experience along the tropical frontier. The Incas and their predecessors ventured only into the fringes of the region called Antisuyu, and the Spanish followed their pattern. The inhabitants were known collectively as savages ( chunchos ). In documents they are politely referred to as jungle people ( selvícolas or selváticos In the Selva, tribal lands in the early 1990s were in even more jeopardy than the Quechua and Aymara farmland in the Sierra. Although community rights were acknowledged, if not respected, in the Andes, outsiders have virtually never accepted this fact in the case of the Amazonian peoples. Nevertheless, apparently many tribal societies, such as the Shipibo, have held their traditional hunting, fishing, and swidden lands in continuous usufruct for as long as 2,000 years. As a result of the land reforms under the Velasco government, however, laws established the land rights of Amazonian native communities. Consequently, some groups, such as the Cocama-Cocamilla, have been able to secure their agroecological base.

50. Peru
Essays by Yolanda Sala.
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Peru: its Culture, History, Politics and Ecology
A Brief Introduction
The Ecology in Ancient Peru Piura: Sad Topography The Rain Forest
Paso Horses Textiles Taquile ... San Marcos
A Review of Peruvian History
Massacres in the Rain Forest
How Politics Affected Peruvian Spanish

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51. Listing Of Directory: /biotsperu/
peruvian and South American orchid species from a tissue culture laboratory and nursery based in Lima, peru. Representative also available in Los Angeles, California.
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52. Embassy Of Peru In The UK
Provides information on bilateral relations, trade, tourism and culture.

53. Trip To Peru - Culture
People. When I arrived home from peru, I told a friend of mine that I wanted to live there. Food. peru has the most delicious food in the world.
La bebida nacional.The national drink. Sylvia and I enjoying a cherimoya Me grinding the corn to make humitas My cousin Rodrigo feeding me humita
People When I arrived home from Peru, I told a friend of mine that I wanted to live there. She said to me "Wouldn't you miss the friendly people here?" I couldn't help but laugh (Apparently I've been laughing a lot since I got back). Alright, people here are friendly and nice, but Peru (and I think South America in general) is in a different league. Everyone you meet treats you like a close friend. If I walk into a room in Canada, I will say hi or shake hands with some people. In Peru, I kiss every girl and shake hands with every guy, or hug them if we are close. A humorous example of the friendliness of Peruvian people is my cousin's grandma who had a guy come to the door saying he was sent by her daughter to pick up her stereo to fix it. The guy was actually stealing her stereo and not only did she give it to him but she invited him in for a coffee. Food Peru has the most delicious food in the world. Everyone asks what I liked the best, but it is impossible to choose. I could talk about Peruvian food all day; Anticuchos which are beef heart kabobs, Ceviche which is raw seafood marinated in lemon juice. There are choros, mussels served with onions and peppers, and Papa la Huancaina, potatoes with a cheese and chili pepper sauce, and humitas, dough made with ground corn filled with chicken and wrapped in a banana leaf. This is just a small sample of some of my favorites dishes to wet your appetite.

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55. Peru / Peru :: Culture & Tourism Links : Kulturális és Idegenforgalmi Linkek
International catalogue of culture and tourism. Internationaler kultureller und touristischer Katalog. Nemzetközi kulturális és idegenforgalmi katalógus.
ország Afganisztán Albánia Algéria Amerikai Szamoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antigua és Barbuda Argentína Aruba Ausztria Ausztrália Azerbajdzsán Bahamák Bahrain Banglades Barbados Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhután Bissau-Guinea Bolívia Bosznia és Hercegovina Botswana Brazília Brunei Darussalam Bulgária Burkina Faso Burma Burundi Cape Verde Central African Republic Ciprus Chile Comoros Cook Szigetek Costa Rica Csehország Csád Dánia Dél-Korea Dél-Afrika Dominika Dominikai Köztársaság Dzsibuti Ecuador Egyenlítõi Guinea Egyesült Arab Emírségek Egyiptom El Salvador Elefántcsontpart Eritrea Észak-Korea Észtország Etiópia Falkland Szigetek Faroe Szigetek Fehér-Oroszország Fidzsi Finnország Francia Guiana Franciaország Fülöp-szigetek Gabon Gambia Ghana Gibraltár Görögország Grenada Grönland Grúzia Guadeloupe Guam Guatemala Guinea Guyana Haiti Holland Antillák Hollandia Honduras Hong Kong Horvátország India Indonézia Irak Irán Írország Izland Izrael Jamaika Japán Jemen Jordánia Jugoszlávia Kajmán Szigetek Kambodzsa Kamerun Kanada Katar Kazahsztán Kenya Kína Kirgizisztán Kiribati Kolombia Kongó Kuba Kuvait Laosz Lengyelország Lesotho Lettország Libanon Libéria Líbia Liechtenstein Litvánia Luxemburg Macau Macedonia Madagaszkár Malawi Maldív Szigetek Mali Malájföld Málta Marokkó Marshall Szigetek Mauritania Mauritius Mexikó Micronesia Moldova Monaco Mongólia Mozambik Nagy-Britannia Namíbia Nauru Németország Nepál Nicaragua Niger Nigéria Norvégia Nyugat-Szamoa Olaszország Oman Oroszország Örményország Pakisztán Palau Panama Pápua Új-Guinea Paraguay Peru Portugália Románia Ruanda Saint Kitts és Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent, Grenadines

56. AncientPeru, A Concise Educational Resource On Andean Art, History, And Archeolo
The art, history, culture, and archeology of ancient peru. Under development. Colorful interface.

57. The Consulate General Of Peru In Vancouver
The Consulate General of peru in Vancouver, with jurisdiction in British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories, provides information and services about business, travel requirement, music, and culture.
Home~Bienvenidos Visas~Cons.Services - Req. per Country - Application Form - Tourism Visa - Business Visa - Other Purposes - Customs Servic. Consulares - Reg. Connacional. - Registro Civil - Registro Electoral - Servicio Militar - Pasaportes - Poderes - Cert. Superviven. - Menaje de Casa - Yendo a Canada Business - Bus. Club Opport. - Business Links - Investment Oppo. - Investing in Peru - Business Events - New Peru - Peru in Numbers - City Peruv. Stores Tourism - Useful Informat. - Tourism Links - Tourism Calendar - Peru on TV - Dine Out - Handcraft Gallery - Travel Guide - Guía de Viajero Forms~Formatos - Visa Application - Reg.Connacional. - Reg. Nac. Línea - Reg. Estudiante - Sol. Pasaporte - Poder Fuera - Poder Amplio - Poder Especial - Cert. Superviv. - Business Club - Hola Peruano Media Press - Press Links - Peru Right Now - Best News Web - Fútbol anyone? Peru at a Glance - Our Peru - Peru Heritage Peru in W. Canada - Colonia Peruana - Fiestas Celebradas - Metas y Logros - Mem. Fotográficas - Dine Out - Hola Peruanos - Product.Peruanos - Prog.Vinculación More Links - From Peru - Peru Gateways - From Canada Calendar of Events - Peruv. Holidays

58. Peru's Grand Canyon Lures With Condors, Culture

59. Travel In Nazca, Peru - Culture
it has been said that an ancient coastal people, the Nazcas, whose culture flourished and In this part of peru there is very little rain, so the images last
Nazca - Culture N azca is located approximately 450km south of Lima on the Pan American Highway, it takes roughly 4 to 5 hours drive from Lima. Its nearly 600m above sea level and has a population of about 30,000 people, supplemented by many tourists who are interested in the Nazca culture and the famous lines. The Nazca Desert is a high plateau about sixty miles long and five miles wide on the coast of Peru, some 250 miles south of Lima. Famous Nazca Lines - There are a curious combination of triangles, quadrangles and trapezoids, spirals, flowers, straight lines that stretch for more than 5 miles, and giant creatures such as birds, reptiles, whales, a monkey and a spider. Some of the figures on the desert floor resemble the markings found on Nazca pottery, and because of this it has been said that an ancient coastal people, the Nazcas, whose culture flourished and declined between 100 B.C. and A.D. 700, were responsible. Making these images on the plain must have been simple enough, but very time consuming. All that was required was to move a few million rocks to expose the lighter ground beneath them, pile the rocks in lines and so you have the designs. In this part of Peru there is very little rain, so the images last for thousands of years. FIGURES - Humming Bird , has been found to be very similar that found on ceramic pots made near the end of the third century A.D.

60. Atlas - Peru Map
Overview of culture, history, economy, currency, government, people, education and languages.

People History Culture ... Communications Legal system Organization Provinces Disputes
Peru Introduction Back to Top Peru, officially Republic of Peru, country in western South America, bordered on the north by Ecuador and Colombia, on the east by Brazil and Bolivia, on the south by Chile, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. The area of Peru, including several offshore islands, is 1,285,216 sq km (496,225 sq mi), making it the third-largest South American country (only Brazil and Argentina are larger). Lima is the country's capital and chief commercial centre. Official Name - Republic of Peru
Capital - Lima 6,022,213 (1995)
Population - 24,523,408 (1996)
Life Expectancy - 62.74 years for men 66.55 years for women
Area - 1,285,216 sq km (496,225 sq mi)
Largest Cities - Arequipa 725,838 Chiclayo 668,066 Trujillo 627,553
Languages - Spanish; Quechua and Aymará
Religions - Roman Catholicism
Currency - Nuevo sol Government - Republic Peru Provinces Back to Top 24 departments (departamentos, singular - departamento) and 1 constitutional province* (provincia constitucional); Amazonas, Ancash, Apurimac, Arequipa, Ayacucho, Cajamarca, Callao*, Cusco, Huancavelica, Huanuco, Ica, Junin, La Libertad, Lambayeque, Lima, Loreto, Madre de Dios, Moquegua, Pasco, Piura, Puno, San Martin, Tacna, Tumbes, Ucayali Peru People Back to Top The Spanish conquerors dominated Peruvian society, including politics, religion, and economics. They brought their European culture and transmitted their racial characteristics, Spanish language, and Roman Catholic religion to their descendants. The Spaniards introduced a few African slaves, but their number did not become significant. Following independence and the prohibition of slavery, Chinese immigrants were imported as farm labourers, and new groups of Spaniards, northern Europeans, and Japanese were among other arrivals. These diverse racial and ethnic groups have tended to intermarry and produce a mix of racial types, which in modern Peru constitute a complex racial mosaic.

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