Tuesday August 26, 2014

Lima, the capital of Peru will be hosting the Minding & Investment Latin America Summit, a two-day event set for October. Focused on mining investment and efficiency, the event is expected to draw over 600 attendees. (more…)

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Rich and famous find Peru a perfect destination

Monday August 25, 2014

South America is being visited more and more by celebrities and wealthy people. Previously multimillionaire Bill Gates and Hollywood star Antonio Banderas visited Peru and caused local media to bring their stay as the news of the day. (more…)

The last prisoner on Brazil’s Big Island

Friday August 22, 2014

The 83 year old Julio de Almeida is the last prisoner on Ilha Grande, near the coast of Rio de Janeiro

Nowadays the island is a popular tourist destination, but for a century it was completely closed off. First it was used to house a leper colony. Later it turned into a top security prison. It was closed in 1994 but Julio still lives there.


Peru can detect Ebola virus within 24 hours

Thursday August 21, 2014

Peru has all that is necessary to detect the Ebola virus within 24 hours. Up till now there have not been any cases of the virus reported in Peru, but the National Institute of Health (INS) declares they are prepared.


Simon Bolivar on the white screen

Wednesday August 13, 2014

The story of the liberator of South America from the Spanish is going digital. Simon Bolivar was a born aristocrat that turned revolutionary and freed the South American continent from colonialism. A big budget movie is about to be released. (more…)

A new 1 Soles coin for Peru

Friday August 08, 2014

Thursday a new 1 soles coin has been issued by the Central Resere Bank (BCR) of Peru. The coin depicts the Huaca de la Luna site (Temple of the Moon).This archaeological site was built between100 BC – 650 AD and is located close to the Northern city of Trujillo. (more…)

New Nazca geoglyphs exposed in Peru

Wednesday August 06, 2014

The Nazca lines are ancient geoglyphs in the Nazca Desert in Peru’s Southern Ica region. They exist of hundreds of individual designs, varying in complexity between simple lines and stylized figures, such as hummingbirds, spiders and monkeys. (more…)

Award for leader of indigenous people in Peru

Friday August 01, 2014

Last Tuesday, the leader of the Asháninka (indigenous people living in the rainforests of Peru) was awarded the Bartolome de las Casas Prize.This price was created in 1991 to support contribution to rights and values of indigenous people. (more…)

The Lima International Book Fair 2014 opened its doors

Thursday July 24, 2014

Last Friday started the 19th edition of the Lima International Book Fair, a book fair in Lima that is known as the largest book fair in Peru.

The objective of this book event is to promote the habit of reading by raising the access to literature by showing the latest published books and to fight against piracy of books.


Archaeologists discover a 3500 year old temple of fishermen in northwest Peru

Thursday July 24, 2014

During recent archeological findings, they discovered a temple where the first shark fishermen in Gramalote, a village situated in the north-west Peruvian province Trujillo, completed their mysterious rituals.


Archaeologists discover a new grave at the Temple of the Moon in Northern Peru

Thursday July 17, 2014

Huaca de la Luna or the Temple of the Moon is, along with the Huaca del Sol or the Temple of the Sun, part of Huacas de Moche, which are the ruins of ceremonial sites of the ancient Moche capital city named Cerro Blanco.

The Moche culture flourished along the Peruvian north coast between 100 AD and 800 AD.

Peru’s Mistura Food Festival attracts up to 30 000 foreign visitors

Tuesday July 15, 2014

Mistura Food Festival in Lima, Peru, became since its first edition in 2008 Latin America’s largest gastronomic fair.

The fair planning committee expects that more than 30 000 foreigners will visit Peru in September to attend the fair this year.


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