Friday, May 12, 2016

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Peru’s train ride from Cusco to Puno is considered one of the best in the world, says Lonely Planet.


Economy & Trade

Peru Holds Rate at 4.25% as Price Rises Unexpectedly Stall


MSCI keeps Southern Copper in Peru index, pleasing bourse


Brazil's Ambev passes Peru, Colombia, Ecuador ops to AB InBev


Mining & Energy

Illegal miners have changed the course of the Malinowski River in their purist of gold.

New video shows environmental impact of illegal mining in Madre de Dios



What National Park would make one of the leading international magazines put all eyes on Peru?

US university to establish research and conservation center for Peru Amazon


How to build an ARC: An interview with the Amazon Rainforest Conservancy's Jana Bell



After unearthing more than 340 geoglyphs in Peruvian town of Nazca, a team of researchers from Yamagata University has announced the discovery of a new one that is thought to depict an imaginary or mythical creature sticking out its tongue.

Museum Tumbas Reales del Señor de Sipán to open its first ever nocturnal shift



The team behind Marylebone’s Pachamama are to launch their second Peruvian restaurant Chicama in London this June.

Trade Min: Gastronomic tourism must be consolidated as growth strategy



The annual Snow Star Festival in southern Peru takes place later this month. Here’s a look back at previous editions of this magical event.

Foreign arrivals up 9.6% in March


Arts & Entertainment

Mala ventured to Peru, visiting Lima along with Cusco and the Sacred Valley just outside of the capital, to make an album that brings together traditional Peruvian instruments with his signature bass. 

Abandoning the architecture: Preliminary materials for the new urban person



Defense Minister Jakke Valakivi and Commander of the U.S. Southern Command Adm. Kurt W. Tidd participated in the closing ceremony of "Fuerzas Comando 2016," the continent's most important military competition where Peru held the third spot.

Colombia wins competition among hemisphere's special operations teams