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13th Coin - Issued 22nd of May 2013

As 13th coin of the series the "Templo de Kotosh" coin has been put into circulation on the 22nd of May 2013. The front shows the Temple of the Crossed Hands, a 4000 years old stone temple from the Kotosh culture and the enlarged hands.

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Feria Arte Nativa de la Selva su Arte 2013

While wandering around Lima's district of Barranco today, I stumbled upon an amazing art fair at the Municipal Park. The Feria Arte Nativa de la Selva su Arte showcases handmade, indigenous and native handicrafts and artworks from the Peruvian jungle.

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75° Festival de la Vendimia de Surco

It's Grape Harvest week in Lima's district of Surco; a time to celebrate customs, traditions and the cultural heritage of the old wine district.

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LimaEasy is not a big corporation...

Running this site costs a significant amount of money for hosting, traffic & licenses. LimaEasy is not a big corporation and every single cent comes out of our own pockets! We have been devoting ourselves to this project since 2006 and we can't believe to what LimaEasy has evolved today...

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New in our Kids Section

Ice skating in Lima? Yes! Since July 2012 Lima has another attraction for kids, teens and young at heart adults: Iceland Park.

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New Content in the Typical Peruvian Desserts

Chocolate Cake might not originate from Peru, but the Peruvian version is truly sensational. The extremely sweet and rich Torta de Chocolate is full of the exceptional Peruvian cacao flavors and aromas.

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New in the Typical Peruvian Drinks & Beverages

A Cremolada is something between an ice cream and a flavorful fruit drink; comparable to slush, but made with lots of fresh fruit pulp, water and sugar. Often serve in a plastic beaker it's eaten with a spoon and sipped.

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Typical Peruvian Salsas & Sauces

Salsa Huancaina is traditionally used to prepare "Papas a la Huancaina", a famous Peruvian starter. Made with simple Peruvian ingredients like queso fresco (fresh white cheese) and aji amarillo (Peruvian yellow chili) this creamy and spicy, but mild sauce is a very versatile and goes well with many other flavors as well. Peruvian comfort food at its best!

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New in Typical Peruvian Desserts & Cakes

Crema Volteada, literally meaning "upside down cream", is probably better known as the Peruvian version of Crème Caramel. Sweet and rich while at the same time being so simple and somehow light, this addictive dessert is loved around the country.

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New in our Food Guide - Typical Peruvian Sandwiches

As the latest category to our Food Guide we added Typical Peruvian Sandwiches. The combination of crispy and juicy local ingredients with Peruvian salsas and flavors is just sensational and makes a Peruvian sandwich so special.

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