Peru!

Capital: Lima!

Peruvian Flag

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The Significance of the Flag

The Peruvians believed that the two red stripes in the flag stood for the blood shed for independence at war, and the war represents the peace and bravery they had and continue to have.

Population

The population of Peru as of 2013 is 30.38 million which has changed since.
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Peru is a Presidential Representative Republic

Peru has a president named Olanta Humala.
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Peruvian Currency

In Peru the currency exchange rate is 0.32 United States dollars.
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Peruvian Culture Activities

The Peruvians are rooted in Amerindian and Spanish cultures. In Peru the people enjoy artistic activities such as pottery, textiles, jewelry making, and sculpting.
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Peruvian Food

In Peru many foods are common. The potato originated in Peru therefore it Is any almost all dishes. Some dishes in Peru are Papa a la Huanalna, Paticuchos, Lomo Saltado, and Papa Rellena.
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Peruvian Tourist Attractions!

There are many famous tourist attractions in Peru. Just to name a few there are Huacachina, Mancora, and Machu Picchu. These are famous for natural beauty fun activities such as backpacking, dune buggy rides, sand boarding and many more. Many of these tourist attractions have beautiful places to sight see and visit.
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