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Puno is a city in southeastern Peru, situated on the shore of Lake Titicaca, the world's highest navigable lake. Known for its rich cultural heritage, Puno is considered the folkloric capital of Peru due to its vibrant festivals, especially the feast of the Virgin of Candelaria. The city is a gateway to the lake's famous floating islands, where the Uros people have lived for centuries on hand-made reed islets. In addition, Puno's proximity to Bolivia offers an opportunity to explore more of the Andean highlands and ancient civilizations.
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Taquile Island

The island of Taquile, in Lake Titicaca, belongs to the district of Amantaní, Puno, Peru. The island is located 45 km from Puno, the regional capital. It has a population of about 2200 inhabitants. The main village is located at 3,950 m a.s.l. and the highest point of the island reaches 4,050 meters above sea level.

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Puno

Puno is a city in southern Peru next to Lake Titicaca, one of the largest in all of South America and the highest navigable body of water in the world. This city, in addition to being the commercial epicenter of the region, is also considered the "capital of Peruvian folklore" due to its traditional music and dance festivals. The most emblematic places include the Puno Cathedral, in Andean Baroque style, and the Yavarí, a 19th-century steamship that has now become a B&B.

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Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca extends along the border between Peru and Bolivia in the Andes mountain range and is one of the largest lakes in South America and the highest navigable body of water in the world. It is said to be the cradle of the Incas and contains various ruins. Its waters are known for being calm and giving off a brilliant reflection. In its surroundings, lies the Titicaca National Reserve, which is home to uncommon aquatic species, such as giant frogs.

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