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God is no respecter of persons and no people of any country are better than the people of any other country. We are all brothers and sisters. On this board: Argentina, Peru, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile.

World (18th board)

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La Pichanga, Santiago

Nasca Lines: marks made by Greenpeace are irreparable

Líneas de Nasca: marcas hechas por Greenpeace son irreparables

Greenpeace activists stand next to massive letters delivering the message "Time for Change: The Future is Renewable," next to the hummingbird geoglyph in Nazca in Peru, Dec. 8, 2014. Greenpeace activists displayed the message, which can be viewed from the sky, during the climate talks in Peru, to honor the Nazca people, whose ancient geoglyphs are one of the country's cultural landmarks - can't believe they thought that was a good idea. sad.

Raw Organic Maca Blend by Essential Living Foods | Barefoot Provisions - Maca

Raw Organic Maca Blend by Essential Living Foods

Peruvian Power Plant | maca

Peruvian Power Plant | Medicine Hunter

For at least a thousand years, the Amazonian rainforest of Ecuador, the Oriente, has been home to the Huaorani. They currently number around 2,000 and they are also known as Waorani or Waodani meaning ‘human beings’ or ‘the people’.


Yagua Indian girl with sloth - Amazon Peru by sarahvarmstrong

Valparaíso, Chile. Remember October 2010 with Rafa & Osha

Easter Island (Rapa Nui) - Chile

Easter Island -- World Heritage Site -- National Geographic

Red Beach, Paracas, Peru

La Paz / Bolivia

Sun Gate | Tiahuanaco, Bolivia

La Paz, Bolivia

Salt Blocks | Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Salt of the Earth

Salt Cones | Salar de Uyuni | Bolivia


Peru, by Mario Testino

Woman With Traditional Hat, Qoyllur Riti Festival, Ocongate Cuzco, Peru

Hidden Falls - El Chalten, Santa Cruz

Florida Pedestrian shopping street Buenos Aires Agentina

Patagonia, Argentina: Perito Moreno glacier

Rio de Janeiro view from Sugarloaf Mountain, Brazil (by Porter Yates).

The dunes of Lencois, Brazil

Ashaninka family, Amazon