Solar Train to Connect Argentina and Cusco
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Tuesday February 12, 2019
Argentina and Cusco just became a little bit closer. Starting in the northwestern part of the country, in the province of Jujuy, there will be a solar train that will run its course to Cusco, Peru. This is the first solely touristic train in Latin America and the second in the world to run on solar power. The process of completing the railroad and its logistics is a long and complicated process...
Wednesday November 11, 2015
Cusco Initiative Llama Pack Wins Kunan Prize
The Kunan Prize looks for young entrepreneurs with social initiatives that aim to solve an issue in their local communities, and this year – the second edition – first place was awarded to the Cusco-born social initiative, Llama Pack. ...
Friday October 30, 2015
New architecture Discovered in Ollantaytambo
A stone enclosure and a handful of Andean terraces were discovered after a group of staff workers was performing maintenance works in Ollantaytambo, Cusco.

This discovery was made in the Ollantaytambo Archaeological Park in Cusco. ...
According to a press release provided to Living in Peru, the mountains of Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu will be closed for two weeks each in the month of April 2016. However - good news for tourists - the third mountain peak associated with Machu Picchu, the citadel of Machu Picchu, remain open all through next year. ...
Thursday October 22, 2015
New Cusco Airport
Thanks to the new Cusco airport – that is supposed to be completed in 2020 in the small town of Chinchero, travelers to Peru will fly directly into Cusco from the United States, without landing first in Peru’s capital Lima. ...
Wednesday October 14, 2015
A new frog species has been discovered in Cusco region
The new species was discovered by park ranges, specialists of the area, and researchers who were conducting a routine biological study in the Lacco region of Cusco in the national sanctuary of megaton. ...
A new initiative was launched under the direction of Decentralized Directorate of Culture of Cusco (DDCC), calling for Latin American classics to be translated into Quechua. The project aims to promote the native language of 3.6 million Peruvians. ...

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