Some major cities, and what the people speak there. And don't forget population!
Some major cities are as followed:
Turismo / Tourism in Arequipa - Perú
The government and currency
The type of government is democratic republic. The president is Ollanta Humala
The currency is peruvian nuevo sol.
There is still more so keep reading!
Peru is most reconized for....
Primary Exports, Natural Resources and Neighbors
The primary exports in Peru are copper ore, gold, refined petroleum, and petroleum gas. Petroleum is a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons. The natural resources are copper, sliver gold, fish, petroleum, and tons more. Peru is what I call very natural. Five neighboring countries are Bolivia, Ecuador, Columbia, Chile, and Brazil.
- November 15th 1532
- November 16th 1532
- January 18th 1535
- November 22nd 1542
In 1533 Francisco Pizaro led Spanish soldiers to defeat the Incas. In 1535 Pizaro declared Lima the new capital of Peru.
- Alejandro Toledo was one of Peru's many important presidents. he was also the first Native Indian
- Francisco Pizaro was the one who declared Lima capital and helped defeat the Incas
Major Rivers/Lakes and Landforms
Peru's major lakes/rivers are the Amazon, Jurua, and Purus, just to name a few. Landform? No problem! A big one in Peru are the Andes mountains, which you might have heard of.
Recreation and Intresting Info
Let's jut say tanning and swimming in the ocean at the beautiful beaches. There are also some great zoos. Vacation time! Some facts I stumbled upon are that the word potato was originated in Peru. I hope you learned a lot on Peru!