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Perú: tesoro escondido (2017)

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Perú: tesoro escondido is a documentary genre film about the secrets of Perú. The millinery culture of their ancestors, the beautiful landscapes, the tourist places and other places not yet discovered by the tourism and culinary culture, one of the richest in the world, stands out in this story. The documentary tells a story of a journey through culinary culture, beaches, the Amazon and the cultural heritage of the civilizations that inhabited Peru. Throughout the film, part of the geography and society of Peru is portrayed. The documentary focuses on five main areas: culinary culture, beaches, the Cordillera, the Amazon and the cultural heritage of ancient civilizations. This story focuses on highlighting the best known icons of the country, such as Machu Picchu, and others not so well known and difficult to access. The film is dressed with impressive images of the Ica desert and the sunrise in the Amazon jungle.Perú: tesoro escondido is streaming with subscription on Netflix, and streaming with subscription on Netflix Basic. It's a documentary movie with an average IMDb audience rating of 6.1 (555 votes).

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#84,844 Ranked Movie

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#3017 Ranked in Movies on Netflix

#16387 Ranked in Documentary Movies

Perú: tesoro escondido has an average IMDb audience rating of 6.1 (555 votes). The movie is somewhat popular with Reelgood users lately.

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Perú: tesoro escondido is a documentary genre film about the secrets of Perú. The millinery culture of their ancestors, the beautiful landscapes, the tourist places and other places not yet discovered by the tourism and culinary culture, one of the richest in the world, stands out in this story. The documentary tells a story of a journey through culinary culture, beaches, the Amazon and the cultural heritage of the civilizations that inhabited Peru. Throughout the film, part of the geography and society of Peru is portrayed. The documentary focuses on five main areas: culinary culture, beaches, the Cordillera, the Amazon and the cultural heritage of ancient civilizations. This story focuses on highlighting the best known icons of the country, such as Machu Picchu, and others not so well known and difficult to access. The film is dressed with impressive images of the Ica desert and the sunrise in the Amazon jungle.

Age rating: N/A
Runtime: 1h 16m

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Related Genres: Documentary
Country of origin: Peru
Available to watch on: Netflix
Original Release Date: Nov 24, 2017