Peru
Peru
Arequipa

Lake Titicaca

Cuzco


The lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake of the world (3810m), with a surface of 4550km2. Surrounded with snow-covered mountains which one distinguishes in the distance, this lake, which was crowned for Incas, remainder crowned in a certain way: the Indians who sail there throw in its water two sheets of coca in the form of offering to the god.
Lake Umayo
Sillustani
Public writers
Juliaca
Peruvians
Schoolgirls
Taquile Island
Peruvian
Taquile Island
Lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca
Sillustani
Taquile Island
Taquile Island
Taquile Island
Los Uros
Los Uros
Puno
Lake Titicaca
Puno
Pucara
Church of Pucara
Market
Coca

Lake Umayo

Sillustani

Public writers

Juliaca

Peruvians

Schoolgirls

Taquile Island

Peruvian

Taquile Island

Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca

Sillustani

Taquile Island

Taquile Island

Taquile Island

Los Uros

Los Uros

Puno

Lake Titicaca

Puno

Pucara

Church of Pucara

Market

Coca