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    Iguazu Falls are the most extensive waterfalls in the world. The water-world supports one of the most extraordinarily biodiverse reserves on the planet, feeding an astonishing variety of ecosystems. Further to the north, in the vastness of Brazil, is another focal point of the marriage between land and water – the Pantanal. The extensive diversity

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    Visit Dolphin Bay, home to the largest gathering of dolphins in the world, and Cacimba do Padre, a world-famous surfing beach.

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    Travel with The Art Explorers to Cusco, a UNESCO World Heritage Site considered the arts-and-crafts capital of Peru and the former capital of the Incan civilization. This ancient city was not only considered sacred by the Incas, it was a jewel of the Spanish colonial world. Despite the arduous climb, Regina and Pat marvel at

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  • 24:58

    In Andean communities, the ghosts of the Inca still watch over the valleys and snow-capped peaks they held sacred. Discover the secrets of an ancient nation among the ruins of Machu Picchu, and observe modern-day Incan ceremonies that link the past with the present, and provide insights into their beliefs and culture.

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  • 25:38

    Join The Art Explorers as they explore the culture and history of Peru’s cosmopolitan city of Lima that overlooks the Earth-blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. Experience the Afro-Peruvian community in El Carmen, and visit with well-known musical, visual, and performance artists. Regina reconnects with an old friend who creates marionettes that tell stories handed

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    The Nasca Lines are among the most mysterious wonders on Earth. They represent the largest work-of-art in the world. So vast, in fact, that the only way to truly appreciate their beauty and grandeur is to view them from an aerial vantage-point.

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    Trujillo, Peru was founded in the early 16th century by the Spanish conquistadores. Three miles from Trujillo, on the Pacific coast of northern Peru, legend says that the city of Chan Chan was created 1,000 years ago by the God Naymlap who came from the ocean. A city once coated in gold, it served as

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    Between 100 and 800 A.D., the Moche people lived along the coast of Peru. Deep within the muddy hills that were once huge, majestic pyramids, the Moche venerated a spider-like God called The Decapitator, and took part in burial rituals that speak to their unique belief-system.

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    Peru is home to some of the world’s greatest wonders, and to one of the world’s great ancient civilizations – the Incas. The Incan way of life is still celebrated in modern day Peru, 500 years after the Incan world was destroyed by the Spanish conquistadores. A narrow-gauge railway through the high Andes leads to

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