Peruvians in Chile

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Peruvians in Chile
Peruanos en Chile
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Total population
185.428 (2013)[1]
Languages
Chilean Spanish · Peruvian Spanish · Quechuan · Aymara
Religion
Christianity, minorities of other religions.

Peruvians in Chile consists of mainly of immigrants and expatriates from Peru as well as their locally born descendants. Both countries share the Spanish language; their historical origins are common (part of the Spanish Empire). They also share one ethnic group, many Peruvians and Chileans have Quechua ancestry.

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