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12 OCT 2012

Last month a tomb was found in Machu Picchu Sanctuary, adding yet more fuel to the rising theory that Pachacutec's remains were interred at the site, and another theory regarding the long-lost name of Machu Picchu, which was announced earlier this year by a Spanish historian studying the lost chapters of the Juan de Betanzos chronicles from the time of the Conquest....

06 OCT 2012

Exciting plans were announced to renovate parts of quaint seaside Huanchaco Village and promoting the use of its caballitos de totora, reed surfcraft used for thousands of years in the area, for sport. Designated the 5thWorld Surfing Reserve for its consistently good waves, Huanchaco does already have its fans- it was described by the president of the International Surfing Association as...

01 OCT 2012

King Abdullah II of Jordan took time from his diplomatic visit to Peru to explore the most iconic symbol of the Inca empire, Machu Picchu Archeological Complex in Peru, having travelled from Lima through Nazca and to Cusco via motorcycle convoy. The monarch praised the storied site as "beautiful, fantastic, and wonderful."

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