Peru By Logan BennetT

Peru's population is 31,774,225 people, and its capital city is Lima.

This is Peru's flag which features its coat of arms.

Lots of grapes are grown in Peru and exported

Cocoa beans and barley are also grown and exported in and from Peru.

This is Ceviche, a raw fish marinated in citrus juice. The dish is usually spiced with red onion and aji pepper and served with sweet potato or choclo.

Peru grows more than 55 varieties of corn, and you can find just about ANY color, like yellow, white, but most importantly purple, and black.

Finally, the potato is originally from Peru and there are over 3,000 different varieties.

Credits:

Created with images by D-Stanley - "La Raya Pass" • thejourney1972 (South America addicted) - "Mapa del Perú (map of Peru)" • bobistraveling - "128 Peru Flag over Cathedral Cusco Peru 2791" • wiendietry - "fresh grapes" • foto-augenblick - "cocoa beans africa ghana" • manoftaste.de - "Barley / Gerste III" • Magnus Bråth - "ceviche" • Lori L. Stalteri - "Indian Corn" • chris.huggins - "Farming in Peru"

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