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This Fridge Magnet Features the Plaza Mayor of Lima, the Capital of Peru Those travelers looking to give souvenirs from Peru to give souvenirs as gifts need go no further than the Historic Center (Centro Historico) of Lima, the theme of this fridge magnet. Much of the Historic Center was constructe..
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Acrylic Fridge Magnet with a View of the Amazon River, Peru Visiting Peru and lounging beside the largest river of the world is no small escapade, one for which memorabilia are necessary. This fridge magnet is sure to become your personal favorite because the image on it encapsulates the entire esse..
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The Flag of Peru: A Door to Mystery The Peruvian flag may make you feel closer to this wonderful country. It is not a bad reminder of the good times that you had in South America and the bounty of beauty they offer both in urban and rural areas. Escaping to a different country is an exciting underta..
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The Magic Water Tour is the Theme of This Fridge Magnet This souvenir magnet from Peru depicts Lima's Magic Water Tour ("El Circuito Magico del Agua"), the world's most extensive series of fountains (receiving Guinness recognition in 2009). The Tour is a relatively new addition to the city's touris..
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The Imposing Government Palace of Lima The Government Palace is the official dwelling and office of the President of Peru. This imposing palace nestles on the banks of River Rimac, the major waterway of Lima. It occupies the north side of the Plaza de Armas or Plaza Mayor, which is the central squar..
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The Coat of Arms of Peru and the Country's Influence If you are a proud Peruvian, you are sure to to find this coat of arms absolutely charming. Its colors are sure to remind you of life in this country every time you catch a glimpse of them. The cornucopia in the bottom is sure to encourage wonder ..
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Lima, Peru's Magnificent Pre-Columbian Ruin, the Huaca Pucllana, is Seen on This Fridge Magnet Rising up in Lima's upscale Miraflores District is a relic of the past that contrasts strongly with the surrounding fine restaurants, beaches, parks and shopping areas: the Huaca Pucllana. The Huaca Pucll..
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Souvenirs from Peru

Peru is a South American country with a firm grip on its past, reflected in the mountain villages and Spanish Colonial styled cities. Charming Andean themed sweaters, scarves and Chullo hats are made from Alpaca wool, as well as intricately woven tapestries and fabrics. The fuzzy alpaca can be found on postcards, key chains, t shirts and other souvenirs from Peru. Pottery is another popular gift, shaped into mugs, vases, platters and bowls, painted in vivid colors. Sterling silver jewelry is very affordable here, fashioned with gemstones and uniquely designed. Leather goods can be found for a steal as well, turned into bags, belts and art pieces. Looking for a vegan Peruvian souvenir? A carved gourd is a unique item to display on an office desk. A new arrival in the arts/crafts sector is patchwork art. These adorable wall hangings use locally produced cloth to create pastoral scenes of the Republic of Peru.

The Mystery of the Peruvian Nazca Lines

Over 1500 years ago, the Nazca tribes of Peru dug a series of lines and shapes in the Nazca desert. Visible from nearby hilltops, they created hundreds of geometric shapes and figures, including a monkey, spider and dog. They were first noted in modern times in 1927, and studied in depth in the following decades. Scientists have determined that the lines were created by using shovels to remove the red layer of pebbles on the ground, revealing the white ground. Why the Nazca created them is another matter entirely. Some believe that they served as navigational points for travelers, while others say that they are an astronomical calendar. Each symbol on the ground might be linked to a constellation. Conspiracy theorists claim that they were created in homage to alien visitors, as a way to entertain the extraterrestrials. Human tourists can get an eagle eye's view of the lines on chartered airplanes, and take posters to decorate their homes.

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