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Peruvian Facts and Trivia
The Capital of Peru is Lima.
While Spanish is the official language, millions of the highland Indians still speak their native languages of Aymara & Quechua.
Earthquakes are common due to the geological instability of the Andes Mountains.
Peru has great ecological diversity including coastal deserts, Andean highlands, and the Amazon rain forest.
More than 120 species of hummingbirds have been discovered in Peru.
Some areas in Peru are closed to visitors to protect the flora, fauna, and the people living in them. Some of these people have had little contact with outsiders.
Peru borders Ecuador, Columbia, Brazil, Bolivia and Chile and is located on the Pacific Ocean.
In 1532 the Spanish conquistador, Francisco Pizzaro, captured the Inca emperor and declared Peru part of the Spanish empire.
The most famous Inca ruin, Machu Picchu is located outside of the town of Cuzco and is over 8,000 feet in elevation .
In the coastal desert of Nazca, there are drawings in the sand that are 1500-2000 years old and they are so large you can only see them from a plane.
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