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The transformers arrived in South America

(Photo: Paramount Pictures)

Transformers is a 2007 American science fiction action film directed by Michael Bay and based on the Transformers toy line and the 1980s animated series. Peru is not a prominent location in the film, and only a few scenes take place in this country. However, the scenes that are set in Peru give us a glimpse of the beautiful architecture and landscapes that this South American country is known for.

The movie opens with a prologue that is set in the Arctic region of Peru. The scene shows an alien vessel crash-landing on Earth around 17,000 BC. The vessel is carrying the AllSpark, an ancient and powerful device that can create life and destroy planets. The Autobots, who are the main protagonists of the movie, are the descendants of the beings that were on board the alien vessel.

The only other scene that takes place in Peru is towards the end of the movie when the Decepticons are trying to retrieve the AllSpark. The scene is set in the city of Arequipa, which is located in the southern part of Peru. Arequipa is known for its baroque-style architecture, including the Basilica Cathedral of Arequipa, which is a prominent landmark in the city. The scene shows the Decepticons wreaking havoc and causing destruction in the city.

Another city that is mentioned briefly in the movie is Lima, which is the capital city of Peru. However, Lima is not shown in the film, and there are no scenes that take place in this city.

In conclusion, although the movie Transformers does not extensively feature cities of Peru, it does showcase the beautiful landmarks and architecture that this South American country is known for. The scenes set in Arequipa give us a brief glimpse of the city and its cultural heritage, making it a great addition to the movie.

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