The flag on the left is the Cusco Flag since 1920, the flag on the right is the one from Perú.
In 1534 during the invasion and occupation of the city of Qusqu today Cusco, the Spaniards found the first resistance of qhishwa-ayrnaras and saw between the multitude, objects similar to the flag of strips and pictures of seven colors of the rainbow. The existence and the use of this emblem probably has been from the same creation of Tiwanaku for more than 2000 years. (Source Wikipedia)
The Plaza Mayor or Plaza de Armas of Lima, is the birthplace of the city of Lima, as well as the core of the city
Waiting for the perfect candid shot and all of the sudden…
The Vasconcelos Library in Mexico City(forgot to put where it is) was inaugurated in 2006 and finally opened in 2008. It has to aisles that go around which look endless, a six-story full of books and media and a lower lobby where expositions are set or art/drawing classes are given. Look at the very short video so you can have an idea of how big it is.
This photo shows half of the aisle of the Library. The library is twice this long.
Short Video of the Library
One can go for the expositions or art classes (living model included :) ) at the library.
This is one half of the Library.
The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London.
I really enjoyed the ride.
On the South Bank, along the Thames.