History
“El lonchecito” Peruvians take early night comes from the british tradition of the “Tea Time”
BRITISH INFLUENCE
The British were the fifth largest group of immigrants to settle in the country after the Spanish, Italians, Germans, and the French. The regions from which most of the British immigrants originated were Southampton and London, as well as Birmingham. They mostly interacted with fellow British immigrants, and were usually relatively skilled at a trade. Many of them intermarried and at the beginning they were united, but as time passed many of them broke the circle and married Peruvians from other European backgrounds. Very few Euro-Peruvians can fully trace their ancestry. Many British Peruvians left the nation in 1960s and 1970s to flee from excessive poverty and dictatorship of Gen. Juan Velasco Alvarado.
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