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Located on the Pasco department, rises a land where the Yanesha, Ashaninka and German colonist cultures come together.

A place with a great variety of orchids and over 120 species of birds and curious creatures that get lost and mixed with the beauty of the landscape. The history of their fight against tree cutting and their mills for the conservation of a wonderful place, gets them today to be acknowledged by UNESCO and earn the title of Biosphere Oxapampa-Ashaninka-Yanesha Reserve.

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