At last there is a beautifully-illustrated book about Peru, about the Incas of the Andes, about Lima and the Iguazu Falls in Brazil. Do you dream of discovering our fabulously beautiful world? Many of us postpone these journeys of discovery instead of being considerate of ourselves and indulging in these affirming experiences. Make your dream come true today, and allow yourself to be inspired by the wonders of nature and by the ancient civilisations created by man in tandem with nature. Life should be full of colours, joy and love. In this easy-to-read fact book with its beautifully illustrated pages, readers are offered two unusual and fascinating experiences in two inspiring locations featuring two world heritage sites in South America: the fabled Machu Picchu, the lost city of the Incas in Peru, and the world's largest waterfalls, Iguazu Falls, the cataracts where Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay meet. Let yourself be inspired by these magical encounters with the Incas and the Andes at 4,000 meters above sea level. And then, as a contrast to life in the Andes, experience how the modern descendants of the Incas live today in Lima, the City of the Kings. The Incas have changed our world, just like the Roman Empire and the Ming Dynasty. www.anitaekbergphotography.com
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