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Peru quechua

  1. 1. SOUTH AMERICA CULTURE: PERU - QUECHUA PERU
  2. 2. THEY LIVE IN PERU They are from Peru They are Peruvian The capital of Peru is Lima Lima FLAG OF PERU EMBLEM
  3. 3. QUECHUALANGUAGES SPOKEN IN PERU NATIVE LANGUAGES SPANISH They speak Spanish, Quechua and other native languages. TYPE OF HOUSE PALAFITO It’s called palafito. It’s made of wood and it’s built over the river.
  4. 4. CEVICHE Seafood TYPICAL FOOD FROM PERU PACHAMANCA Baked meat ANTICUCHOS Meat and SpicesThey like to eat….. Quechuas like… MAZAMORRA WITH CHUROS Main ingredient: CORN YAMOR (Drink) CHAMPÚS (Fruits, cereals,…)
  5. 5. GEOGRAPHY THE ANDES MOUNTAIN RANGE AMAZON RIVER Huascarán is the highest mountain in Peru (6.768m). It’s the 2nd longest and the largest by waterflow in the world. AMAZON RAINFOREST It’s the largest and the most biodiverse tract of tropical rainforest in the world. LAKE TITICACA It’s the largest lake in South America.
  6. 6. REPTILES ANIMALS BIRDS JAGUAR ANDEAN COCK- OF-THE-ROCK LLAMA VICUÑA CONDOR TOUCAN ALPACA
  7. 7. MOSS PLANTS CACTUS PALM TREES ORCHIDS BROMELIADS QUINA TREE CAT’S CLAW CEDRUS CANTUTA It’s the national flower in Peru.
  8. 8. WEATHER AMAZON COAST At the coast, It´s sunny, rainy, and warm. In the rainforest, It rains a lot.
  9. 9. CURRENCY NUEVO SOL CLOTHES TRADICIONAL CLOTHES SPORTS MOST POPULAR Nuevo Sol is the currency of Peru. Football is the most popular sport in Peru. They wear colourful clothes (trousers, skirts, ponchos, jackets) and hats and sandals.
  10. 10. FAMILY Quechuas form a huge family called Ayllu. The residential unit is called Llacta. Parents arrange their children’s marriage. The groom (boy) must provide a service to his fiance’s (girl) parents. They have a close friendship, extending the Ayllu, and they keep it giving goods and services. This friendship is so important that it is considered as blood ties.
  11. 11. JOBS They are farmers (agriculture and stockbreeding). They also work on crafts and trade.
  12. 12. RELIGION CATHOLIC The majority of Peruvians are catholic. Quechuas are polytheistic, that is, they believe in a last God, Viracocha, and deify Nature as a being: Inti (Sun), Quilla (Moon), Chucuilla or Illapa (Ray) and Chasca (star). Pachamama (abundance) is the God of Mother Earth. They used to sacrifice animals (Llamas) and even little children.
  13. 13. MEANS OF TRANSPORT They go by llama or on foot. MONUMENTS MACCHU PICCHU (Historic sanctuary) Inca’s lost city MANCO CÁPAC STATUE (1st founder of Inca culture in Cuzco)
  14. 14. FAMOUS PEOPLE Carlos Noriega Mario Vargas Llosa ASTRONAUT WRITER
  15. 15. MUSIC & ART MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SIKU (IN QUECHUA: ANTARA) CHARANGO It’s the national instrument in Peru. LITERATURE Famous play: QLLANTAY CRAFTS Ceramics: KEROS Jewelry, clothes,…
  16. 16. CURIOSITIES INCA Hello Rimaykullayki GREETINGS The Quechua indians are the direct descendants of the Incas. • Some Quechuas live in the mountains (The Andes) and others in the jungle (Amazon River). • Cuzco is the capital of the Inca empire. • Quechua means abundance..

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