What do Peruvians wear on Independence Day?

The month of July is the time we celebrate what it means to be Peruvian. Our streets are embroidered with Peruvian flags above every home and building, and children and workers wear cockades, or knotted ribbons, with our national colors in remembrance of the day we declared our independence from the Spanish Crown.

Does Peru celebrate their own independence day?

Peruvians commemorate their culture and country every year on July 28 in celebrating their country’s Independence day.

What are Peru neighboring countries?

Peru is situated in the western part of South America and shares borders with Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia and Chile.

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