Located in western South America, Peru is a country that is bordered by Brazil on the east, by Chile on the south, by Ecuador and Colombia on the north, and by the Pacific Ocean on the west.
Where is mat-sou pit-sou?
machu picchu is in Peru
Where does death penalty still happen?
Electric chair : (USA, Philippines)
Beheading : Qatar, Saudi Arabia
Falling (Chile, Iran)
Hanging : Afghanistan, Burma, Chad, Ecuador, Egypt, India, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Lebanon, Liberia, Mongolia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Palestine, Malawi, Mongolia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka,Turkey, Yemen, Zimbabwe
- Shooting , in Armenia, Bangladesh, Belarus, Burkino Faso, Chad Chile , China, Congo, Cuba, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Grenada, Grenada, Indonesia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Madagascar,North Korea, Philippines, Russia (Russian Federation), Turkmenistan, , Uzbekistan, Vietnam
- Stabbing (Somalia)
- Stoning (Iran)
Lethal injection is also used in Belarus Â· People's Republic of China Â· Ecuador Â· Egypt Â· India Â· Iran Â· Iraq Â· Israel Â· Japan Â· Malaysia Â· Mongolia Â· North Korea Â· Pakistan Â· Russia Â· Saudi Arabia Â· Singapore Â· South Korea Â· Taiwan Â· Tonga as an alternative
In The US : The states where Capital punishement is a legal form of judgement (but not always used)
Alabama, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia, South Carolina, Florida, Illinois and Kentucky - Electric chair
Nebraska abolished electrocution as punishment in 2008
In Utah, Idaho and Oklahoma (Shooting)
In Washington, Delaware and New Hampshire (Hanging)
Gas Chamber is an alternative in California and Wyoming bur is not used.
What is Peru's literacy rate?
the ability to read and write
What are some customs in Peru?
To celebrate eating and drinking
To play futbol
To keep contact with all relatives and meet them periodically: aunts, uncles, grandfathers and grandmothers, nephews, nices, grandchildren, cousins, and so on. Also to help them or get hepl from them.
To live in parents home until get married.
To eat the main meal by noon (12 to 2.30 p.m.)
Brides usually get late to the marriage ceremony, that is why usually the invitation is one hour bfore the real hour.
Authorities always are late for meetings and celebrations. Someone has told peruvians in general (long time ago), that being late is a symbol of status...
What is the total surface area of Peru?
The total area of Peru is 1,285,216 km2 (496,225 sq mi).
How long is a flight from California to Lima Peru?
How does El Nino affect Peru's coast and Northeastern Brazil differently?
the storm causes masive flooding
How do you spell Peru in spanish?
Perú is the spelling in Spanish. Note it is the same, except for the accent.
Why do Peru women like American men?
I don't believe that this phenomenon only applies to women from Peru. There are women from many countries that live in "less than ideal" conditions and would make any reasonable attempt to connect with a man that appears to be significantly more affluent.
In addition, such men probably know very well that "true love" is probably not in the equation.
Looking for a husband and a free green card most likely.
Was there a volcanoes in Peru?
nevado volcano in peru
There are many volcanoes in Peru. The west of Peru lies on the Andes, which run along western South America. There are many volcanoes in the Andes, some of them (more than 15) in Peru.
Does Alan Garcia have children?
Alan Garcia has four children with Pilar Nores: three daughters, Josefina, Gabriela del Pilar and Luciana Victoria and a son, Alan Raul Simon.
Is it true that part of Peru has a growing season of less than three months?
What are Perú's highest elevations?
Peru's highest elevation is the Huascarán Mountain, standing at 6,768 meters.
How much do you get fined for not voting in Peru?
My milkshake brings all the cats to the yard....
What is the physiological density in Peru?
Two populated groups of Ecuador and Peru?
What is a word for 'bon voyage' in Peru?
What demographic transition stage is Peru?
How long does it take an air mail letter to get from Texas to Peru?
first class mail is delivered in 3 to 5 days
What languages are spoken in Peru?
The languages spoken in Peru are: Spanish, Quechua, Aymara, Urarina, Ashàninka, Aguaruna, and the non-native languages of Chinese, Japanese, German, Arabic, and Hindi. Spanish is definitely the most common language, though, and there are numerous other very small native languages, many of which went extinct before the twentieth century.
Spanish (quechua in some regions).
spanish, quechua, aymara
In Peru the official languages are
Spanish, Quechua, Aymara, Campa, Aguaruno
But the official in spanish I think.
Spanish, but the descendants of the Inca must also speak their ancient language.
In Peru, the main language is Spanish. about 83.9% of Peruvians speak Spanish some people also speak Quechua and other native languages.
Spanish and very few know English.
The country of Peru has two main languages: Spanish and Quechua. However, Spanish is spoken in nearly every city, but Quechua is only spoken in certain rural cities.
Yes. primarily. there are a couple of native languages as well.
Yes, the official language of the country is Spanish.
There are several native languages that are common throughout segments of the population, but the vast majority of Peruvians speak Spanish, which is Peru's official language.
espanol or spanish if your american o canadian i luv there bacon
Spanish, Quechua, Aymara
The official language spoken by Peruvians is Spanish. Other languages spoken in Peru include Ayacucho Quechua and the Aymara language.
The official language of Peru is Spanish.
The official language spoken by Peruvians is Spanish.
In Peru, they speak Spanish
Yes they do, they also have different dialects
The main spoken language is Spanish, but some people speak Quechua or other native languages.
Peru has some native languages, but the commonly spoken one is Spanish.
Quechua is a native language the most popular but in some parts near Bolivia they speak Aymara
Also in the jungle they have different native languages
The majority of Peruvians speak Spanish.
They mostly speak spanish
Spanish and Quechua
The predominant language of Peru is Spanish.
Spanish (Español) is the primary language of Peru but Quechua is recognized in indigenous areas.
Peru's main language is Latin American Spanish, although several of the tribes in rural areas still speak native tribal languages.
The official language of Peru is Spanish
Peru uses 3 languages Spanish and Quechua and iemara but mostly Spanish they use the language Quechua and iemara in the south mostly were the most natives are.
Spanish, Quechua, aymara, Ashaninka, and other
Spanish. Quechua and Aymara are spoken by the highland Indians.
Spanish and Quechua
Yes, it is. Quechua, a language spoken mainly by those living in the Andes, is also used.
The most popular language in Peru is Spanish.
Most people in Peru speak Spanish. Some people speak Quechua.
Technically, yes. Peru's constitution designates Spanish as an official language in general, and in areas where they are predominant, Quechua, Aymara, and other indigenous language as well. The constitution reads: “son idiomas oficiales el castellano y en las zonas donde predominen, también lo son el quechua, el aimara y las demás lenguas aborígenes, según la ley... Todo peruano tiene derecho a usar su propio idioma ante cualquier autoridad mediante un intérprete” Rough translation: "The official languages are Spanish, and in the zones where they predominate, also Quechua, Aymara and the other aboriginal languages, according to the law... Every Peruvian has the right to use his/her own language before whatever authority through an interpreter" The law is a little bit ambiguous, which creates the potential for problems.
The principal language of Peru is Spanish. There are many other native languages also spoken in different parts, but the two most common indigenous languages are Quechua and Aymara.
the people of Peru speak, Spanish, Quechua, and Aymara, but mostly you'll hear people speak Spanish.
Spanish and Quechua
How many people are in Peru?
According to the 2007 census there were 28,220,764 people in Peru. The 2010 estimate was 29,496,000 people.
The selva is what kind of region?
Forested and Tropical
Which is better merino wool or peruvian highland wool?
It depends on what you're looking for. Merino wool is incredibly soft, and has a nice light hand, but it tends to be fragile. It doesn't always wear well, and is prone to fuzzing and pilling. It's lovely when softness is the main consideration, like for a scarf or baby items. But make an active boy a sweater of it, and the thing will be all pills and holes in no time at all. Peruvian Highland sheep are a cross between Merino (for the softness) and Corriedale (for durability.) You get a wool that is stronger and more durable, without losing too much in softness. It's a good all purpose wool, but not butter-soft like the merino.
What is the highest point above sea level in Peru?
At 6768 meters (22,200 feet), Huascaran is the highest mountain in Peru. It is also the highest mountain in the tropics.
Who is the Spaniard who defeated the Incas in Peru?
hernando cortez and francisco pizarro