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Peru
   has this flag:   

PE
   is the international car registration for   
Peru
Peru
   has the capital   
Lima
The city of Lima was founded by Spanish Francisco Pizarro on January 18, 1535, as the City of Kings. Today nearly one-third of the nation's population lives in this one metropolitan area with near 8 million inhabitants.
Quechua
   is an official language of   
Peru
Language of the Inca Empire
Spanish
   is an official language of   
Peru
.pe
   internet domain is used by   
Peru
Peru
   has the anthem   
Somos Libres, Seámoslo Siempre
We Are Free, Let Us Remain So Forever
Archbishop of Peru
   was played by Robert De Niro in   
The Bridge of San Luis Rey (2004)
Cusquena
   beer comes from   
Peru
Machu Picchu
   is situated in   
Peru
Ancient Incan city situated at an elevation of 2350 metres
Peru
   is situated in   
South America
Ecuador
   lies to the north of   
Peru
Colombia
   lies to the north of   
Peru
Ecuador/Peru
Peru
   is the site of   
City of Cuzco
Peru
   is the site of   
Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu
Peru
   is the site of   
Huascarán National Park
Peru
   is the site of   
Historic Centre of Lima
Peru
   is the site of   
Río Abiseo National Park
Peru
   is the site of   
Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca and Pampas De Jumana
Peru
   is the location of   
Cutervo National Park
Peru
   is the location of   
Cerros De Amotape National Park
Peru
   is the location of   
Rio Abiseo National Park
The park was created in 1983 to protect the fauna and flora of the rainforests that are characteristic of this region of the Andes.
Iquito
   was spoken in   
Peru
35 native speakers in 2005
Isconahua
   was spoken in   
Peru
82 native speakers in 2000
Mashco Piro
   was spoken in   
Peru
20 to 100 native speakers in 1976
Peru
   calls its legislative assembly   
Congreso De La República
Chanchamayo
   is grown in   
Peru
Air Perú
   is based in   
Peru
National carrier.
Daniel Alomía Robles
   was born in   
Peru
1871-1942; best known for El Cóndor Pasa
Peruvian Golden Scorpion
   is found in   
Peru
Hadruroides charcasus
Marañón
   River runs through   
Peru
1,415 km
Madre De Dios
   River runs through   
Peru
1,130 km. Peru / Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
   is in   
Peru
Bolivia / Peru
Amazon
   River runs through   
Peru
6,400 km Brazil / Peru / Bolivia / Colombia / Ecuador / Venezuela / Guyana
Içá (Putumayo)
   River runs through   
Peru
1,575 km. Brazil / Peru / Colombia / Ecuador
Madeira - Mamoré
   River runs through   
Peru
3,239 km. Brazil / Bolivia / Peru
Paracas Embroidered Mantle
   was made in   
Peru
Camelid fibers, c. 50 BC; Colección Arte Textil del Peru, Lima
Atacama
   desert is in   
Peru
140 000 km²
Museo Nacional De Arqueología, Antropología E Historia
   is situated in   
Lima, Peru
Peruvian Paso
   originated in   
Peru
Cataratas Las Tres Hermanas
   is situated in   
Peru
Aka. Three Sisters Fall. 3,000 feet / 914 meters. 3rd tallest waterfall in the world
Catarata De Yumbilla
   is situated in   
Peru
Measuring a height of 2,938-feet (914 m), it has four tiers and is the fifth highest known waterfall on Earth.
Peru
   has the patron saint   
Rose of Lima
Peru
   is located in   
South America
Peru Basin
   is found in the   
Pacific Ocean
Peru
   is the location of   
Lake Titicaca
Juniper Berry
   has the latin name   
Juniperus Communis
Used in the manufacturer of the spirit Gin - first distilled as a appetite stimulant and remedy for arthritis.






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