La Rinconada: Gold Madness

The financial crisis, currency devaluation and fear of a repeat of both have sent investors to gold in waves of so-called refuge buying that has prices at record highs.

Under the shadow of

The small towns from the andes were the most affected during the internal armed conflict that Peru had to face for 20 years (1980's to 2000).

Open Pit: Cerro of Pasco

The city of Cerro de Pasco in Peru was founded by Spaniards in 1578, originally as a mining camp for the exploitation of minerals such as silver and zinc.


Roosevelt Avenue in Queens is the main artery of the barrios of illegal immigrants in New York. Thousands of people settle on its periphery every year, in their search for the American Dream.
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