Peru

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Peru foods

Perubvians eat breakfast between 7 and 10 a.m. It normally includes coffee, tea, or fruit juice, accompanied by cold cuts on buttered rolls. Lunch, consumed between 12:30 and 2:30 p.m., is a large meal consisting of a light first course, like soup, and a main course, often stew and rice in the pasts, breakfast foods were eaten ad part of lonche (tea) after lunch, but today lonche is uncommon. Peruvians often make enough food in afternoon for both lunch and dinner. Dinner is usually eaten between 8 and 10 p.m.

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peru's goverment

Peru is a republic. It is divided into 25 regions and the constitution province of Callao. The president holds executive power and serves a five-year term. Under the constitution, presidents may not serve two terms consecutively. The executive branch is headed by the president and also includes two vice president and a council of Ministers, the members of which are appointed by the president. The unicameral Congress cinsists of 130 members, Who serve five-year terms. The Supreme Court is the country's highest judicial authority. Major political parties include the National Unity party, the Nationalist party Uniting Peru, and the Peruvian Aprista patry. Serveral other parties are also active. All citizens age 18-70 are required to vote, and those who fail to do so are fined.

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peru history

The great inca empire that lived in per-columbian , excelled in the art of stonecutting and also achieved a hight degree of economic and politcal development. Chimu ruins at chan chan as well as incan ruins at cuzco and Macku picchu make Peru a favorite destination for archaeologist and tourists.

Peru language

Spanish and the indigenous Quechua and Aymara are officially recognized. Many Peruvians speak both spanish and an indigenous language. Approximately 40 indigenous languages are spoken in the peruvian Amazon alone, and about 30 percent of the people speak no spanish at all. Quechua was the language of the Inca Empire and is the root of English words such as condor, guano, llama, and puma. Aymara is spoken by over 300,000 Peruvians, mainly in southern peru. Peruvians with more formal education often are taught English as a second or third language.

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