Peruvian Culture, Arts and Traditions in Peru
A diverse nation featuring many cultures, Peru is an endless wellspring of creativity. In addition to its historic, archaeological and architectural legacies, folk art is another of Peru s tourist attractions. Its rich folklore is evident in more than 1,500 musical genres, combining instruments from the outside world with native Andean equivalents, such as the quena and zampoña flutes, which provide the accompanying music for more than 3,000 festivals such as the Candelaria, Inti Raymi, Carnivals, Corpus Christi and Easter Week.
Peru boasts one of the largest varieties of arts and crafts on Earth. The diversity, color, creativity and multiple functions of Peru s folk art has made it a fundamental activity not just for Peru s cultural identity, but also as a way of life for thousands of families and even entire communities. >>>More
In Peru s rural areas, the way people dress makes an important distinction, as a result of the blend of pre-Hispanic influences with the European clothing that the natives were forced to wear during the colonial era. >>>More
Peru boasts one of the finest cuisines in Latin America. Recipes such as cebiche, pachamanca are just a few of the mouth-watering dishes served up in Peru. The quality and variety of dishes in Peru are due to several reasons.>>>More
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