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...
Tuesday October 29, 2013
Peruvian artist shows Machu Picchu Beijing
People in Beijing can admire a big presentation of Machu Picchu, made by the Peruvian artist César Paredes. Paredes makes amazing floor paintings that simulate three dimensions.
In Beijing he now made a big presentation of the important old Inca town: he has drawn Machu Picchu on th ...
Wednesday September 18, 2013
Planned Project Aerial Tramway to Choquequirao Ruins
The impressive Choquequirao (¨cradle of gold¨ in Quechua) ruins are not easily accessible – the trek to the ruins is extremely difficult and strenuous. This important site is thought to be the last refuge of Inca royalty that fled Cusco during the Spanish conquest. In order to reach t ...
Wednesday September 11, 2013
Evening Flights to Cusco are Perfectly Safe
Starting early September, the Cusco evening schedule for flights arriving at and departing from Velasco Astete has been extended from 5:30 to 7:45. CANATUR has stated in their press release that the airplanes will have with cutting-edge technology allowing them more accurate and efficient ...
Wednesday September 4, 2013
Sonamos Latinoamerica is Coming to Peru
The South American wide event, the Sonamos Latinoamerica, debuted in 2006 in Argentina, in order to spread interest in Latin America music.  The event has been getting larger and more popular every year.
It originally began as a 1-country fest in Argentina, and since has been held in Ven ...
One of the most expensive Peruvian exports may never have been discovered if 2 Americans traveling through Peru had not sent samples of their finding to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) to be tested.  The genetic tests revealed something unexpected – the Pure Nacional–Pe ...
The regional governor of Cusco has unveiled a new plan to devote about $8.6 million yearly of the Machu Picchu entrance fees toward constructing the Grand Tahuantinsuyo Museum in Cusco.
According to an Andina news agency report,  the governer of Cusco, Jorge Tito Acurio, said that 15 per ...

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