среда, 21 сентября 2011 г.

Повседневная жизнь в Перу. (Daily Life in Peru)

Повседневная жизнь в Перу 
В этом году в Перу праздновали сотую годовщину обнаружения цитадели Мачу Пикчу. 49-летний подполковник Олланта Хумала победил на президентских выборах дочь экс-президента Альберто Фухимори, Кеико. Хумала, первый президент Перу от левой партии за последние 30 лет, сталкивается со многими сложностями, встав во главе этой страны с 29-миллионнным населением...


Перу остается развивающейся страной, хотя экономическая ситуация заметно улучшается, и страна обладает немалым запасом полезных ископаемых. Но группы активистов обеспокоены вредом, который будет нанесен природе при разработке этих ресурсов, а шахтеры бастуют, желая получить повышение зарплаты и улучшение условий труда.
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
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Повседневная жизнь в Перу
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Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу
Повседневная жизнь в Перу


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This year, Peru celebrated the hundredth anniversary of discovery of the citadel of Machu Picchu. 49-year-old Lt. Col. Ollanta Humala won the presidential election daughter of ex-President Alberto Fujimori, Keiko. Humala, Peru's first president from the leftist party in the last 30 years, faces many challenges, spearheading the country's 29-millionnnym population.
Peru is a developing country, although the economic situation is improved, and the country has considerable mineral resources. But activist groups concerned about the harm that is caused by the nature of the development of these resources, and the miners are on strike, wanting to get higher wages and better working conditions.
Daily Life in Peru
Dancers of Andean peoples in the headdresses of feathers during the celebration in honor of the Lord «Qoyllur Rit'i» near the town of Cuzco Tayankani, June 22, 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
Ruins of Machu Picchu, 130 miles from Cuzco, Peru, July 6, 2011. Inca settlement prepare to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its opening in 1911. The fortress is situated at an altitude of 2350 m above sea level in the heart of the Urubamba Valley in southern Peru, 510 km south of Lima.
Daily Life in Peru
People on the light show at the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, July 7, 2011. Peruvians celebrated the discovery of a fortress American archaeologist Hiram Bingham.
Daily Life in Peru
A girl in traditional dress to trace holidays in honor of the hundredth anniversary of the opening of the settlement the Inca city of Machu Picchu at the foot of the mountain on which the citadel of the Incas, July 6, 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
The ruins of the citadel of Machu Picchu are covered in the evening July 7, 2011 during a light show - the final celebration of the anniversary of the opening of the fortress. This is a place that was not even known the Spanish conquistadors, is now visited by about 250,000 people a year.
Daily Life in Peru
Lifeguard and Thomas. Penguin, lost near the penguin colony on the island of St. Lawrence January 26, 2011. Thomas found the rescuers, after he lost his way and got on the beach south of Agua Dulce Lima. Humboldt penguins, which are slaughtered for their meat first and then caught and kept as pets, are now classified as species at risk.
Daily Life in Peru
View from the hill at Limoux Morro Solar Horillos in the suburbs, 16 June 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
Cook prepares a traditional meal at a fair preuanskoe food Mistura, in Lima, September 9, 2011. The purpose of the fair - to popularize the national cuisine.
Daily Life in Peru
Model during the show a collection of Anna Maria Giulfo at the opening of Fashion Week festival in Lima and Peru Moda, April 27, 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
Gold mining in Huaypetue, Madre de Dios, Peru, May 21, 2011. The government tries in vain to prevent the illegal gold mining in the region. Madre de Dios attracts many eco-tourists who want to look at the local monkeys, anacondas and parrots. But the mining of gold released into the environment of 35 tons of mercury per year just in this area, which gradually poison people, animals, fish and plants.
Daily Life in Peru
Burning dredge illegal gold miners near the town of Puerto Maldonado, 19 February 2011. Army began destroying illegal dredgers on the rivers in the southern region of Madre de Dios, where annually about 50 destroyed 000 acres of tropical forests, and 45 tons of mercury poisoning the environment due to gold mining.
Daily Life in Peru
A boy in a boat on Lake Reserve Pacaya Samiri in the Amazon jungle, 3 September 2011. Reserve an area of ​​5 million acres is the largest in Peru, and its territory is 85 natural lakes, which inhabits 250 species of fish, including gray and pink freshwater dolphin.
Daily Life in Peru
Children dressed in purple, have a copy of the most revered Catholic icon in Peru «Señor de los Milagros de Nazarenas», Lima, September 4, 2011. Each year 2,500 children from the "Children's Miracle Worker brotherhood" between the ages of 9 to 15 years take part in a procession, during which 300 are killogrammovuyu icon on the main square of Lima. The name comes from the icons of the 17th century, when an earthquake destroyed the city and the wall with the mural survived.
Daily Life in Peru
Children at Mass before the course with an icon in Lima, September 4, 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
Dogs bark at a man dressed as a guinea pig during the campaign of presidential candidate Pedro Pablo Kuczynski of Peru in the Cerro San Cosme, Lima, April 1, 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
Quechua-woman with a child at the time of voting at presidential elections in Peru, June 5, 2011. Inscription: "the voting booth."
Daily Life in Peru
The newly elected president of Peru, Ollanta Humala waving from convertibles to people next to the Congress in Lima, Peru, July 28, 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
People on the waves on the beach of Agua Dulce in Horrillose, Lima, February 26, 2011. Agua Dulce (sweet water) - one of the most popular beaches are not the Green Coast of Lima.
Daily Life in Peru
Sinakara Valley, where celebrations are held «Qoyllur Rit'i» near Cusco, June 21, 2011. Annual festival of the Lord «Qoyllur Rit'i» Lord of Snow and Stars attracts thousands of pilgrims, dancers and musicians from the surrounding areas.
Daily Life in Peru
"Ukukus" or advocates of the Lord of the Snow Stars descend from the glacier with a cross during a holiday in the valley Sinakara, June 21, 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
"Ukukus" or Lord of the Snow Star defenders standing at the cross on the glacier during the Feast of the Cross in the Valley Sinakara, June 21, 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
Girls playing in the center of the Andean region Leymebamby Chachapoyyas, July 17, 2011. Chachapoyyas area is in a valley tributary of the Amazon Utkubamba. This area is inhabited by people Chachapoyyas from 800 AD
Daily Life in Peru
Iguanodon layout on the exhibition "Dinosaurs Peru" in the park Kennedy, Lima, September 6, 2011. The exhibition presents the types of dinosaurs that inhabited the area of ​​Peru in the Mesozoic era.
Daily Life in Peru
Jaguar (Panthera onca) Danielle plays with her kitten, which six weeks, the zoo Parque de Las Leyendas, Lima, 24 June 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
Jaguar cub at the zoo the Parque de Las Leyendas, June 24, 2011. Showed reporters two cubs with black color.
Daily Life in Peru
Restorer restores the image of the procession of prisoners on the wall of the temple Huaca de La Luna in Trujillo, 14 September 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
The remains of a child in the sacrificial burial culture Chimu 800 years ago. Archaeologists have found remains of 42 children and 74 llamas and other camelids, which were sacrificed 800 years ago in the fishing village of Huanchakito, Peru. Oscar Gabriel Prieto, head of the expedition, said that this burial of the victims - the largest of all known burials Chimu culture.
Daily Life in Peru
Archaeologist is the directory of the excavated bones Lama Chimu burials, 13 September 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
Predatory cat mummy, dated around 800 AD, the year in the museum Leymebamby, in the Andean region Chachapoyyas, July 16, 2011. The museum displays more than 200 mummies Chachapoyyas culture, found in 1997 in Laguna de los Condores.
Daily Life in Peru
Mummies dating from the culture Chachapoyyas about 800 BC Year in the museum Leymebamby, in the Andean region Chachapoyyas, July 16, 2011. Mummies wrapped in tissue, and thus created a microclimate that will ensure conservation. The skin is also treated with a special compound.
Daily Life in Peru
Kuelap Fortress, 3000 m above sea level in the Andean region Chachapoyyas, aerial view, June 25, 2011. The castle was built predecessors of the Incas, Chachapoyyas culture, about 800 BC. Oe. and consists of four buildings with stone walls up to 19 m.
Daily Life in Peru
The general form of temporary shelters in the city Haikal, a suburb of Lima, April 9, 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
Andean Condor over Colca Canyon Colca Valley, south of Lima, 30 January 2011. Colca Canyon is one of the deepest in the world, the maximum depth reaches 3386 meters, and because one of the most visited places in Peru. The Andean condor, living near the canyon, listed as an endangered species.
Daily Life in Peru
The man in the «Caballo de totora», a boat made from a plant Totoro, directed to one of the "floating islands" on Lake Titicaca in Puno, Peru, May 29, 2011.
Daily Life in Peru
A girl in one of the "floating islands" of Lake Titicaca, Peru, May 29, 2011. Uros Islands are known as "floating" because plants are made of Totoro, which grows in the lake.
Daily Life in Peru
Relatives of two dead soldiers at a funeral at a military base in Lima, Peru, 15 September 2011. According to statements of the military, two soldiers Esnneyder Vazquez and Jenner Vidarte killed during an attack by the Communist Party of the Shining Path extremists at a military helicopter. The Army of Peru from 2008 trying to destroy the remnants of the Shining Path forces scattered around the country and earning the cocaine trade.
Daily Life in Peru
Employees of the Argentine company Pluspetrol clean break of the pipeline impact in Loreto, August 10, 2011. Approximately 1,100 barrels of oil spilled into the forest because of the destruction of the tube unknown. Cleaning takes about a month.
Daily Life in Peru
The peasants of the Aymara, Peru, blocking the road leading to the border with Bolivia, May 24, 2011. They are protesting against the Canadian gold mining project in Santa Anna, as they believe that it could contaminate the lake Titicaca.
Daily Life in Peru
Man on a suspension bridge in the Peruvian Reserve Pacaya Samira, September 4, 2011. The reserve is the largest in Peru, it inhabits 132 species of mammals and 400 species of birds.
Daily Life in Peru
A child wearing a crown and mantle suckles at the breast-feeding competition, organized by the Ministry of Health of Peru, August 19, 2011. The winner was the children who drank milk mother the longest.
Daily Life in Peru
A statue of Jesus above the houses in Lima, June 23, 2011. At first glance, the statue on a cliff above the Pacific Ocean like standing in Rio de Janeiro, and smotryashuyu a cliff over the Atlantic Ocean. The similarity is not accidental. For many Peruvians, the statue became a symbol of growing political and economic influence of Brazil in South America.
Daily Life in Peru
The boat on the river Maranon at sunset in the National Reserve Pacaya Samira Peru, September 4, 2011.

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