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Machu Picchu Reopen Its Doors To The Tourism
Machu Picchu Sanctuary, Peru’s highest archaeological landmark reopened its doors with a great ceremony that showed the various cultural expressions of the country. The event began with a Thanks to the Mother Earth ceremony and a Cuso stamp with 45 local artists on stage. The ceremony ended with a light show and videos projected at the archaeological site. This important production featured high-tech equipment and lighting, showing the cultural, inmaterial and natural wealth of Peru to the world. Likewise, messages from tourists from all over the world were shown, expressing their joy and good omens for the reopening of Machu Picchu. The messages were sent by the official travel social networks @VisitPeru and the Peru.travel portal. The artists Daniela Dancourt, Ezio Oliva and Guillermo Bussinger sang part of the song “Volver”, an internal tourism campaign recently launched with the Peruvian government to promote travel in a safe, responsible and progressive way, when sanitary conditions allow it. The reopening of of the Peruvian tourism icon, Machu Picchu, marks a milestone in the reactivation of the sector in Peru, showing the world that given the permanent decline in COVID-19 cases and the implementation of protocols for this activity, the country is preparing to receive the visit of travelers.
In this way, this activity will return in a progressive, responsible and sustainable way, respecting all the biosecurity measures given by the government. This occurs within the framework of the actions that the government has been carrying out to reactivate the tourism, one of the sectors most affected by the pandemic. In this sense, the second phase of the #SueñoLuegoViajo international tourism campaign was also announced, 100 % digital and available in eight languages to to continue keeping Peru in the minds of all travelers in the world.
The Inca Sanctuary of Machu Picchu is a Cultural and Natural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO , it has been recognized as the Best Cultural Destination by the World Travels Awards and is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the modern world. Machu Picchu is an ancient Inca citadel nestled in a mountain. In Machu Picchu, there are temples, platforms and water channels. Its construction was built with large blocks of stone joined together without using amalgam. It was declared a Historical and Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 1983 when it was recognized as an important political, religious and administrative center of the Inca era. Its name translated to Spanish means Old Mountain. It is also known as “Tthe Lost City of the Incas” because it was a mystery until it was discovered by Hiram Bingham in 1911.
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lunes, 2 de noviembre del 2020
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