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Bill Gates in Machu Picchu: Incas Enjoy Famous Guests in Cuzco
June 24, 2007. Source Andina.com
Bill Gates in Machu Picchu
Peruvian City of Cuzco celebrated on Sunday the Inti Raymi (The Sun Feast) that recalls the glory of Incas empire, with two famous guests the Microsoft magnate Bill Gates and the actress Cameron Diaz.
The staging of the Incas worshiping the sun God, completely paralyzed the city, located at 723.9 miles southeast from Lima with hundreds of thousands of tourists, since this date is one of greatest influx of foreign tourist.
With the participation of 600 actors attired with Inca's common clothes and the symbols of the time, the work began at Coricancha temple, in the heart of the city.
Andina reports noted US actress Cameron Diaz, who is shooting a documentary in Cuzco, for a few days ago and Microsoft owner Bill Gates were attending the feast as tourists.
There's Something About Machu Picchu: Cameron Diaz explores ancient Incan capital in Cuzco
June 19, 2007. Source AFP.
Cameron Diaz in Cuzco
Hollywood star Cameron Diaz arrived Tuesday in Cusco, the capital of the ancient Inca empire, on vacation with guests and a security team, the official news agency Andina reported.
Diaz, 34, star of "Charlie's Angels" and "There's Something About Mary," checked into a hotel in downtown Cusco, a city 3,400 meters (11,155 feet) above sea level some 600 kilometers (373 miles) south-east of Lima.
After a short rest the Cuban-American star turned heads as she went for a walk in the city's historic plaza.
Diaz plans to visit the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu and attend annual re-enactment of the Inti Raymi, the Inca festival of the sun and a major Cusco tourist draw.
Regularly voted one of the world's most beautiful women, Diaz plans stay in Cusco until June 26, Andina reported.
Diaz's film credits include "Gangs of New York" and "The Mask."