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Of the Chocolate Lord of Sipan

The town of Sipán, in the Zaña district, is roughly around 20 miles east of the city of Chiclayo and 45–50 miles away from Lambayeque. The site belonged to the Moche (Mochican) culture that mainly worshipped the god called Ai Apaec (Ayapec) as “principal” god or deity.

A chocolate replica of Incan citadel Machu Picchu, made out of 250 pounds of Peruvian cocoa, is displayed during a chocolate convention in Lima July 5, 2012. The five-day exhibition, which drew distributors from Latin America and chocolate sommeliers from Europe, featured organic dark chocolate candy bars, chocolate sushi and Machu Picchu and Lord of Sipan sculptures carved out of chocolate. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU – Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

People look at a chocolate replica of the Lord of Sipan, made with Peruvian cocoa, during a chocolate convention in Lima July 5, 2012. The five-day exhibition, which drew distributors from Latin America and chocolate sommeliers from Europe, featured organic dark chocolate candy bars, chocolate sushi and Machu Picchu and Lord of Sipan sculptures carved out of chocolate. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU – Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

A creation made out of chocolate is displayed during a chocolate convention in Lima July 5, 2012. The five-day exhibition, which drew distributors from Latin America and chocolate sommeliers from Europe, featured organic dark chocolate candy bars, chocolate sushi and Machu Picchu and Lord of Sipan sculptures carved out of chocolate. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU – Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

Chocolates are displayed during a chocolate convention in Lima July 5, 2012. The five-day exhibition, which drew distributors from Latin America and chocolate sommeliers from Europe, featured organic dark chocolate candy bars, chocolate sushi and Machu Picchu and Lord of Sipan sculptures carved out of chocolate. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU – Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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    Chocolate Candy Sculptures

    A chocolate sculpture of the Abu Simbel, created by Italian chocolatier Mirco Della Vecchia, is displayed as part of his “Chocolate World Heritage” exhibition in Hong Kong January 20, 2011. Vecchia currently holds the Guinness World Record title for making the largest chocolate sculpture in the world. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA – Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)

    A chocolate sculpture of Stonehenge, created by Italian chocolatier Mirco Della Vecchia, is displayed as part of his “Chocolate World Heritage” exhibition in Hong Kong January 20, 2011. Vecchia currently holds the Guinness World Record title for making the largest chocolate sculpture in the world. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA – Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)

    A model wears chocolate accessories made by Italian chocolatier Mirco Della Vecchia, during an exhibition in Hong Kong January 20, 2011. Vecchia currently holds the Guinness World Record title for making the largest chocolate sculpture in the world. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA – Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)

      Chocolate Machu Pichhu

      A chocolate replica of Incan citadel Machu Picchu, made out of 250 pounds of Peruvian cocoa, during a chocolate convention in Lima July 9, 2010. The three-day exhibition, which drew distributors from Latin America and chocolate sommeliers from Europe, featured organic dark chocolate candy bars, chocolate sushi and Machu Picchu sculptures carved out of the sweet stuff. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo(PERU – Tags: ODDLY SOCIETY FOOD)

      Peruvian Chef Marines Justiniano shows a replica of Incan citadel Machu Picchu, made out of 250 pounds of Peruvian cocoa, during a chocolate convention in Lima July 9, 2010. The three-day exhibition, which drew distributors from Latin America and chocolate sommeliers from Europe, featured organic dark chocolate candy bars, chocolate sushi and Machu Picchu sculptures carved out of the sweet stuff.…REUTERS/Mariana Bazo(PERU – Tags: FOOD SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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