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Home > 2010 > South America > Arequipa and Colca Canyon

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7 viewsThe monastery of Arequipa catching the morning rays.
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7 viewsA dusty morning blurs the not-so-distant mountains.
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6 viewsA big arch starts the pedestrian street.
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6 viewsThe second last Plaza de Armas we would visit (and the last I would photograph, at least in Peru).
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6 viewsThe fountain de Armas keeps the afternoons cool.
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5 viewsHere's an example of the volcanic stone Arequipa is built from (and famous for).
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5 viewsThe pedestrian street.
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5 viewsThe pedestrian street is bookended by two plazas.
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5 viewsProof you're never too old for ice cream.
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5 viewsSan Francisco.
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5 viewsMisti mountain comes close to 6000m and watches over Arequipa.
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5 viewsPuente Grau and El Misti.
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5 viewsLooking through the old bridge at another timeless monument.
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6 viewsSunset on Arequipa.
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5 viewsPlaza de Armas at dusk.
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2 viewsI'm no column expert but that looks Corinthian... or Ionian... or Greek at any rate.
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4 viewsI have to admit I love these little diaramas.
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5 viewsCelebrating the day of the dead.
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5 viewsThis somehow reminds me of Petra, Jordan.
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7 viewsBefore we reached Colca Canyon for some trekking we had to drive through some badlands.
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