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After the Spanish conqueror Francisco Pizarro defeated the highly developed but heavily divided Inca Empire the Spanish viceroyalty, officially established itself 1542 in Lima and had now control over all of the Spanish colonies in South America. Lima became the principal city of Spain's colonial possessions in South America, where all its South...

Peruvian Economy

Peru Info
The Peruvian economy is classified as upper middle income by the World Bank. The country has among other smaller sectors rich deposits of natural resources, huge agricultural potential, good fishing grounds, a traditional textile industry and enormous tourism capacities.
Facts and Figures about Peru including general info, geography, government, principal cities and ports, population, communication, infrastructure and economy
The official Peruvian Public Holidays are a combination of internationally celebrated days (New Year, Labor Day), Christian festivities (Easter, Christmas, All Saints Days, St Peter & Paul, St Rose, Immaculate Conception), the commemoration of the Battle of Angamos (War of the Pacific in 1879) and of course the "Fiestas Patrias" with two day...
Peru has Diplomatic Missions in many countries. Peruvians living abroad and travelers to Peru can get help and information in embassies and consulates around the world.
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LimaEasy is back home!

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In 2006 we created LimaEasy just a few months after arriving in the Peruvian capital in a time when there wasn’t much detailed and especially up-to-date info in English about the city around. Within the following 8 years we made LimaEasy with lots of love and passion a household name and tremendo...