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LOOK: Ryza Cenon visits Machu Picchu in Peru

/ 01:57 PM December 19, 2019

Actress Ryza Cenon checked the Machu Picchu off her bucket list when she visited the famous UNESCO World Heritage site yesterday, Dec. 18.

Cenon arrived in the country’s capital, Lima, last Monday, Dec. 16, as per her Instagram post on the same day.

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Expectation vs Reality sa pagka boredom. 😅🙈😂

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She then made her way to the old city of Cusco, where she gazed at the place’s beautiful Spanish colonial architecture.

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Beautiful!!! 😍 📸: ME

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The actress also had the opportunity to meet two women dressed in the nation’s traditional cloths. Cenon even got to pose with an alpaca that accompanied the two locals.

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With locals and alpaca!!🥰🥰

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After her time in the old city, Cenon traveled to one of the New Seven Wonders of the World—the Machu Picchu. Upon arriving at the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the actress proudly posed in front of the 15th-century citadel.

“Hello Machu Picchu!!!” she said in a separate post yesterday.

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Hello Machu Picchu!!! 😍

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Cenon also described seeing the archaeological site as one of the items on her bucket list.

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Bucket list ✔️ 🥰

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The multi-awarded actress last starred in the TV drama series “The General’s Daughter” alongside Angel Locsin, Eula Valdes and Paulo Avelino.  /ra

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