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Religion

Religious festivities, celebrations and processions

Food & Drink

Gastronomic events, festivals and fairs

Festive Days

Special days on which Peru celebrates including non-religious public holidays and national days

Culture

Indigenous cultural celebrations and festivals, Peruvian art & craft fairs, circus performances, lifestyle events, contemporary cultural happenings

20
Jan
2023
Friday, 20 January 2023
The Town of Caraz, Huaylas near Huaraz in Ancash
Each January 20 the small town of Caraz, Huaylas near Huaraz in Ancash celebrates the town’s patron saint, the Virgin of Chiquinquirá, a title for the Virgin Mary in South America.
04
Feb
2023
Food & Drink
Saturday, 04 February 2023
Pisco Sour, Peru’s National Drink, has its own day of celebration on the first Saturday of February.
14
Feb
2023
Tuesday, 14 February 2023
Just like in numerous countries around the globe, on February 14 Peru celebrates Valentine’s Day, the day of love, romance and passion.
19
Mar
2023
Sunday, 19 March 2023
Each year around March 19, the small beach town of Las Delicias located about 9 km (5.5 miles) south of the city of Trujillo celebrates the Feria de San José in honor of its patron Saint Joseph.
19
Mar
2023
Sunday, 19 March 2023
Since 2008 Peru celebrates on March 19, Saint Joseph’s Day, its nearly 73,000 in the National Artisan Register (RNA) inscribed and countless non-registered artisans and crafts(wo)men with the Dia del Artesano Peruano, the Day of the Peruvian Artisan.
09
Apr
2023
Sunday, 09 April 2023
Around the globe the celebration of Easter, so the commemoration of Jesus’s crucifixion, burial and resurrection from the dead, is the most important festivity in the yearly calendar for Christians; Peru, where over 80% of the population is catholic is no exception.
01
May
2023
Festive Days
Monday, 01 May 2023
As in many countries around the globe, Peru commemorates the labor movement and the achievement of workers’ rights on May 1.
01
May
2023
Monday, 01 May 2023
Each year between April 29 and May 2 - with May 1 being the central day - Arequipa celebrates its patron saint, the Virgin of Chapi with the largest religious festivity in the area.
03
May
2023
Wednesday, 03 May 2023
The Festival of the Crosses, also known as Cruces de Mayo (May Crosses Festival), was introduced to Peru by the Spaniards and is celebrated in Peru mostly in towns in the Andean highlands on May 3.
14
May
2023
Sunday, 14 May 2023
Mother’s Day in Peru is celebrated on the second Sunday in May; and Peruvians are extremely enthusiastic about honoring and praising their moms dedicating themselves to make this day extra special.

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National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History - Lima, Peru.mp4

National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History - Lima, Peru.mp4

Founded in April 1826, the National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History of Peru (MNAAHP) is Peru's oldest state museum. On display is a wide range of perfectly preserved pre-Hispanic ceramics, textiles, metals, organic materials and lithic's. Objects of historic-artistic value are exhibited. The documentary, photographic and bibliographic collections tell...
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