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Andean Agriculture

Andean Agriculture

Andean agriculture was important in America, it was a fundamental base of the Inca and pre-Inca economy. Agriculture was the food sustenance of many peoples in America and thanks to this activity the pre-Inca peoples managed to adapt, improve and create new varieties of seeds.

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Lord Qoyllority Feast

The Lord of Qoyllur Riti (Lord of the Star Snow or Lord of the Bright Snow) is the name the people of Cusco have given to an image of Christ etched on a rock. According to tradition, this image appeared in the late seventeenth century to a small shepherd boy.

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virgen del Carmen paucartambo

Festivity Virgen del Carmen Paucartambo

Festivity Virgen Del Carmen Paucartambo is celebrated every year, a small, charming bridge of stone, built in Colonial times, leads into the town of Paucartambo. Its strategic location at the entry to the rich jungle territories on the eastern side of the region.

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history of cusco

History of Cusco

History of Cusco is great and legendary, Cusco was built in a valley that bears the traces of settlements in 1000 BC, although the Cusco valley was inhabited by different tribes hundreds of years before the arrival of the Incas, It grew into a city when the Incas made Cusco their capital.

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