Faces From Far Away
The floating islands of Lake Titicaca are a group of 70 man-made reed islands floating on Lake Titicaca. They are home to several hundred people who are descendent from the Uro Indians The Uros people have been living on the lake for hundreds of years—they were forced to take up residence on the floating islands when the Incas expanded onto their land. They make their living from fishing and from selling their reed handicrafts to tourists - Floating Islands, Peru.
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