Fiesta de Ollantaytambo 11/01/2017

The spirit of Peruvian man sculpted by art and religion, has led to a creative vein that emerges in an infinite variety of forms, rhythms and rituals. Year after year, more than 3,000 festivals, 1,500 musical styles and countless arts and crafts confirm that Peru is home to one of the most varied folk legacies in the world. With this outpouring of artistic expression, Peruvians eat their deep roots to project an eternal covenant with nature and through rhythms and colors, reinforcing its commitment to life that extends to visitors through hospitality and reciprocity, that they are so typical of Peruvian culture. The many festivals, including those of a religious nature, reveal the nature of Peruvians, both men and women, their inclination to be sociable and share their hopes. Festivals and rituals in Cusco: Cusco celebrates hundreds of festivals. Most of them are held in homage to a patron saint and are part of the Christian calendar adopted in colonial times, although they have mixed with magical beliefs of ancient forms of worship. The celebration of Easter, Carnival, Corpus Christi and the feast of "Lord of the Earthquakes" week, have special meaning for Cusqueños, becoming a great folkloric expression of their people. The ultimate expression of folklore of the people of Cusco is given in the Inti Raymi (June 24). Feast of Ollantaytambo January 6th - Ollantaytambo, Feast of the Three Kings, religious processions, great folk dances

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