Luca Zanetti The splendor of the Andes and its people By Luca Zanetti Environment Lifestyle Sport in depth: Swiss Abroad ... Print comment Open popup to share Share: share on twitter share on facebook send by e-mail more... See in other languages: 8 See in other languages: 8 Languages: 8 (ar) منطقة جبال الأنديز.. بهاؤها وناسُها (de) Der Glanz der Anden und deren Bewohner (es) La región andina, su esplendor y su gente (fr) La splendeur des Andes et de leurs habitants (it) La regione andina, il suo splendore e la sua gente (pt) O esplendor dos Andes e de sua gente (ru) Андское нагорье и его люди (zh) 安第斯山脉和它的山民 In Cafayate in Salta province, Argentina Between Huancapallac and Chavinillo, the path crosses the Corona del Inca crater in Huánuco, Peru From the hotel terrace in Coroico, in Nor Yungas province, Bolivia Farmers and their herd in Patagonia, Argentina A plant is used to dry clothes in Nariño, Colombia At the Quebrada de las Conchas in Salta province, Argentina Huánuco, Perú. Houses that belong to a social project in Humahuaca, in Jujuy province, Argentina Photo taken from Paso Punta Olimpica (4,800m). In the background is the snowy Huascarán (6,768m), the tallest mountain in Peru Juan Carlos Rivero (53) raises cows and horses. He lives with his seven children in a village called Matagusano in La Rioja, in Argentina. His nearest neighbours, who he doesn’t know, live 25km away A Virgin Mary statue in the branches of a saman tree in Huila, Colombia Participants at a horse festival in Mendoza, Argentina The Tatacoa desert is actually a dry tropical forest. It is the second biggest arid area in Colombia after the Peninsula de la Guajira, in Huila Province Huaypo Lake (3,345m), in Cusco, Peru On June 24, 2016, the Colombian government and the FARC rebels signed a ceasefire agreement. I hoped to capture a symbolic image of this historic moment. But all I could find was this cow. Border region between the Cauca and Huila departments in Colombia Cusco, Peru The train from Cusco to Puno passing the La Raya mountain range (4,313m) in Puno, Peru This content was published on November 2, 2016 11:00 AMNov 2, 2016 - 11:00 Swiss photographer Luca Zanetti travelled with friends and colleagues through Latin America on electric bicycles from mid-December 2015 to August 2016, taking him from Chile up to Colombia.(All photos: Luca Zanetti) Neuer Inhalt Horizontal Line subscription form Form for signing up for free newsletter. Sign up for our free newsletter and get the top stories delivered to your inbox. Email address swissinfo EN The following content is sourced from external partners. We cannot guarantee that it is suitable for the visually or hearing impaired. swissinfo.ch Join us on Facebook!