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Peru

(Encyclopedia) Peru p?ro?o, city (1990 pop. 12,843), seat of Miami co., N Ind., on the Wabash River; inc. 1847. It is a trade, processing, and rail center for a fertile agricultural area. Among its?

Peru

(Encyclopedia) Peru p?ro?o, Span. Perp?ro?o, officially Republic of Peru, republic (2015 est. pop. 31,377,000), 496,220 sq mi (1,285,210 sq km), W South America. It borders on the Pacific Ocean in?

Peru

Infoplease has everything you need to know about Peru. Check out our countryprofile, full of essential information about Peru'sgeography, history,government, economy, population, culture, religion?

Peru Map

Peru Profile More Geographic Information Country Profiles Flags World Geography World Statistics U.S. State Profiles U.S. Cities U.S. Geography U.S. Statistics South America Map?

Peru Department of State Background

U.S. Department of State Background Note Peru Index: People Economy Foreign Relations U.S.-Peruvian Relations PEOPLE When the Spanish landed in 1531, Peru's territory was the nucleus of?

Terrorism: Peru and Algeria

1997 News of the World In Peru, Tupac Amaru rebels took approximately 600 people hostage at the residence of the Japanese ambassador in Lima during a reception on December 17, 1996. President?

Brewer's: Peru

That's not Peru. Said of something utterly worthless. A French expression, fourded on the notion that Peru is the El Dorado of the world. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E.?

Cusco

(Encyclopedia) Cusco, Peru: see Cuzco.

Saqsaywaman

(Encyclopedia) Saqsaywaman, Peru: see Sacsahuamn.