Perus dating custom
Peru’s culture is a set of beliefs, customs and way of life inherited from the native Incas, Spanish conquistadors and settlers.
Immigrant groups such as Africans, Japanese, Chinese and Europeans have also contributed to the society, blend of cultures and ways in which Peruvians live.
Peruvians express their culture through their music, literature, art forms, dance, clothing, celebrations, religion, education, sports and clothing.
Art in Peru has been an important part of its culture for thousands of years dating back to pre-Inca times.
Some ancient cooking methods are still used today such as .
The nineteenth century was characterized by paintings of battles, independence war and heroes.
The following century was mostly influenced by the great Mexican muralists best represented by José Sabogal.
Chicama Beach is known for having the longest waves in the world.
Bullfighting was brought to Peru by the Spaniards and continue to be a tradition.