Kaypi Peru Festival: The Rich Culture of Peru Is Featured at American Indian Museum (photos)

Jeff Malet

Kaypi Peru was the name of the National Museum of the American Indian's week-long celebration of Peru's native people and culture held July 25 through July 30. In the Quechua language, "Kaypi Peru" means, "This is Peru." The festival featured continual dance and music performances, photo exhibitions, paso horse shows, alpacas and traditional Peruvian food.

View our photos of the festival by clicking on the photo icons below.

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Aug 1, 2012 at 12:34 AM Aldo

Lo mejor de nuestra cultura peruana con niños nacidos en este país americano pero con corazón peruano

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