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Title The Moche route / written and directed by José Manuel Novoa
Published [Madrid, Spain] : Explora Films, 2014


Description 1 online resource (52 min.)
Summary We journey through the north coast of Peru following the archaeological remains of the Moche culture, which thrived from the 1st Century BC to the 6th Century AD. Starting from the colonial city of Trujillo, this documentary reveals to us everything that can be seen along this route covering the desert, the Pacific Ocean, and the Andes. We discover spectacular island landscapes, parched wastelands, forests, inlets, beaches, canyons, and perpetually snowy peaks. We visit cities steeped in history and small villages near the archaeological digs, which unveil this mysterious land's past since the dawn of time
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed November 06, 2015)
In English
Subject Excavations (Archaeology) -- Peru -- Pacific Coast -- Description and travel
Indians of South America -- Peru -- Pacific Coast -- Antiquities
Mochica Indians -- Peru -- Pacific Coast -- Antiquities
Chimu Indians -- Peru -- Pacific Coast -- Antiquities
Heritage tourism -- Peru -- Pacific Coast
Chimu Indians -- Antiquities.
Heritage tourism.
Indians of South America -- Antiquities.
Mochica Indians -- Antiquities.
Pacific Coast (Peru) -- Description and travel
Peru -- Pacific Coast.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Documentary films.
Form Streaming video
Author Novoa Ruiz, José Manuel, 1954- director.