Peru in the 1960's and 1970's
South America

Peru in the 1960’s and 1970’s

PG Beltrán, prime minister and finance minister, practically governed, in place of the inept president M. Prado Ugarteche, from 1959 to 1962. He cleverly stemmed inflation with an austerity regime and trying to implement a policy in favor of masses. However, he did not succeed in overcoming the distrust of the right or in satisfying […]

Peru Modern Literature
South America

Peru Modern Literature

During the colonial period, Peru experienced the splendors of its viceroyalty, which also contributed to maintaining and consolidating the culture. It is understood that the first literary manifestations are limited to romances anonymous and descriptive chronicles even if composed in the form of poems. Together with Mexico, Peru was the Spanish colony which kept the […]

Peru Spiritual Culture
South America

Peru Spiritual Culture and Organization

According to listofusnewspapers, the foundation and cell of every social entity was – and still is – in Peru the ayllu, a nucleus presided over by a curaca. The various descriptions that have come down to us, being contradictory, oppose a certain difficulty in understanding what the ayllu essentially was: by some sources it is […]

Paraguay Population Density
South America

Paraguay Population Density

The density remains among the lowest in America (15 residents / km²). According to 800zipcodes, the most populated areas are the agricultural districts of the Oriental Region, between Paraguay and the eastern hills; the density is decreasing both towards the northern forest regions and in those towards the course of the Paraná; thus in the […]

Best cities to study in Colombia - Bogota
Colleges South America

7 Best Cities to Study in Colombia

Do you want to make your dream of studying and living in a Spanish – speaking country come true but don’t want to go too far or spend in Euro? So how about doing your exchange in Colombia? I know this may not be the most obvious option, but the country offers good universities, one […]

Best neighborhoods in Buenos Aires - Palermo
Colleges South America

8 Best Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires to Live

Buenos Aires, as Argentina’s capital, is undoubtedly one of the most cosmopolitan places in Latin America. Although most of the local surnames are Spanish or Italian, the city’s population is in fact quite diverse, which is reflected in its culture and its vibrancy. There are about 100 thousand international students every year! But what are […]