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Typical Peruvian Desserts

Leche Asada, Peru's "roasted milk", is a very old Peruvian dessert and might already have been prepared during Colonial times. Being probably the poor people's version of the famous Crème Brûlée, this creamy, sweet and delicious dessert is surely simple, but leaves a lasting impression on everyone who tried it. Peruvian comfort food at its best!

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The 12th coin of the series has been put into circulation on the 20th of March 2013. The coin features the Templo Inca Huaytara (Inca Temple of Huaytara) located in the central-eastern region of Huancavelica. The temple was built in the early 15th century by the Inca Pachacutec and during colonial times converted into a Catholic church. The archaeological complex is a declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation.

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The National Anthem of Peru in Spanish, Quechua and English Translation

There have been various changes to the lyrics of the National Anthem of Peru but the official version of the National Anthem as known today has finally been sanctioned by the Peruvian Government in September 2009.

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Finally ... we made it! The new LimaEasy is online.

First of all we have to apologize to all of you for waiting on the promised new version of LimaEasy so long. When we started the LimaEasy project a few years back it was supposed to be a small, little guide with some good info on Peru's capital.

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