Mobile sex peru
The Moche were a mysterious civilization who ruled the northern coast of Peru beginning two thousand years ago.
Men, women, and children from Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru, and other countries are subjected to forced labor in a variety of sectors, including sweatshops, agriculture, street vending, charcoal and brick production, domestic work, and small businesses.
Almost all of them were recovered from significant archaeological sites, such as Huaca de la Luna (Temple of the Moon), Huaca del Sol (Temple of the Sun), and Sipán, as well as from Moche burial sites scattered across the northern coast of Peru.
Of the thousands of ceramic vessels that have been recovered, at least 500 of them display sexually explicit imagery, typically rendered as free-standing three-dimensional figures on top, or as part of, the vessel.
Gold mining now leads as Peru’s main source of illegal income, surpassing even the cocaine trade.
This surge has made Peru the leading producer of gold in Latin America and the sixth largest in the world, with 5% of global market share.