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By Corey Watts Peru This Week Archaeologists, road workers, and villagers have discovered what they believe to be a pre-Inca burial site made of hewn stone, inland from Chimbote. Residents and officials of the Moro district, inland from Chimbote,…

By W. Alejandro Sanchez COHA Bolivia has accomplished a major victory in its quest to consolidate itself as the world’s most-renowned producer of quinoa. In late August, the Andean Community, a South American bloc, recognized the miracle grain as…

By Rachel Chase Peru This Week Archaeologists undertaking investigations in the Peruvian region of Arequipa discovered a large geoglyph last December. According to Peru21, the geoglyph is approximately 60 meters by 40 meters and is located in the province…

By Pedro Hurtado Cánepa Infosurhoy.com Lima’s municipal government, which is encouraging people to ride bicycles, plans to interconnect bike lanes with buses, trams and the metro. LIMA, Peru – Residents of the Peruvian capital are trying to keep ahead…

By Rachel Chase Peru This Week Archaeologists have discovered a new section of Inca Road— and this one leads right to Machu Picchu. According to Andina news agency, the newly discovered road is about one and a half kilometers…