Peru Independence from Spanish rule and any other foreign domination was declared on July 28 1821. The Liberation Movement that influence peruvians started in Río de la Plata (Argentina) and the region of the Orinoco Llanos (Venezuela) , in 1820 and was led by Don José de San Martín and Don Simón Bolivar.
Jose de San Martin and The Liberation Army of Peru left the port of Valparaiso, on August 20, 1820, the expedition consisted of 4118 men. After 18 days of sailing, the memorable September 8, 1820, the landing of the Expedition in the Bay of Paracas (Ica) began . Next, the patriots took Pisco, Chincha and other immediate areas. Jose de San Martin then set up his headquarters in Pisco.
Don José de San Martín proclaimed the independence and vows of Peru in Lima's Plaza Mayor (Main Square) with the following words:
"PERU FROM THIS MOMENT IS FREE AND INDEPENDENT BY THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE AND BY THE JUSTICE OF ITS CAUSE THAT GOD DEFENDS. VIVA LA PATRIA!
VIVA LA LIBERTAD!
VIVA LA INDEPENDENCIA!"
According to historian Jorge Basadre, these words symbolize a historic change, the principle of "the will of the people" emerged there. This is what other witness said:
Inca religion was rich with nature worship and festivals. In fact, festivals were held every month. With so many deities, it was only natural that divination was an important part of Inca religion.
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Archaeologists have discovered that people have inhabited the fertile valleys of Peru Arequipa since 5000-6000 BCE. In the fifteenth century, the area was occupied by the Aymara Indians.
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The Inca Gods were very important to their people. All cultures have creation myths, but the creation myth of Inca religion is particularly replete with the creation of different gods.
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Alpacas in Peru
Alpacas in Peru inhabit the high Andes above 3,800 m. The alpaca is an animal with an harmonious fine walk and slender body covered with a fiber called vellon. Its main production is the fiber, that has various colors.
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Sports in Peru
The most popular sports in Peru are the soccer and volleyball, sporting adventures increases as Peru is a diverse land with extreme facet and slides.
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Peru Website Advertising
Peru website advertising offer you targeted, presold customers directed to your Peru business.
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Peru food is one of the most impressive in the world
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En 1970,tuve opportunidad de conocer a Guillermo Mercado, poeta peruano, nacido en Arequipa, Dedico con mucho amor su labor como maestro. En sus poesias
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Inca Civilization, history, business, investments, architecture, culture
The Inca Civilization lasted for three hundred years from the 13th to the 16th century. Getting a true picture of Inca history is difficult because the Incas had no written language and passed their history down orally from one generation to the next.
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Inca Trail Holiday
An inca trail holiday will impress you with great lakes, snow-capped mountains, vast valleys and Inca ruins. The inca trail has stretches of stone stairs, with wooden bridges and tunnels dug into the rock. At night, you sleep in tents that carriers mount really quick. While you go along, it is inevitable to imagine the former worshippers of the sun in those lands.
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Travel to Machu Picchu
If you are thinking to travel to Machu Picchu, probably the best time to go is between the months of May until October because the weather is drier. Do not miss a visit to the Lost City of the Incas, you will never forget it.
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Temple of the Sun – Machu Picchu
Among the many intact remnants of Inca culture that can be seen in Machu Picchu is the Temple of the Sun. The temple was built in honor of Inti who is
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