Peru has two official languages: Spanish and Quechua, the native Inca language.
Most Peruvian people speak Spanish.
Peru’s main economic activities include agriculture, fishing, mining, and manufacturing.
About 29.5 million people live in Peru and the earliest evidence of human civilizations in Peru is dated to about 10,560 B.C.
The word Peru is comes from Birú, the name of a local ruler who lived near the Bay of San Miguel, Panama, in the early 16th century.