Peru has a long tradition of ceramic and craftsmen and carvers. Ceramic work in Peru goes back to pre-Inca times and cultures such as the Moche achieved high levels of skill, as can be seen from their portrait and erotic ceramics and other items. The Moche and other cultures displayed their cultural and religious beliefs in their work, and this continues today in different parts of Peru, with characteristics specific to each region. Traditional Peruvian handicrafts especially means the the retablos from Ayacucho —folk art containing figures telling different stories— and the Pucara bulls, ceramic figures in the form of a bull placed on house roofs in certain highland villages to ensure happiness and plenty for those within. Peruvian handicrafts tell many stories with their colours, shapes and designs. Unforgettable memories of your time in Peru.
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