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Carnivals in Cusco

10 March 2014

Around to 15,000 attendees, among local people, national tourists and foreigners. In this carnival was gathered colorful passacaglias of the cusquenian carnival, inspired in planting and harvesting of inca times, that celebrated with great gabble in this part of Perú. 

Boasting of their art and skills, 22 delegations of malls, markets, syndicates, milk cup organizations, financial entities, cultural groups and universities, they interpreted the different carnivalistic dances, tipícal of the region across the downtown streets of Cusco.


The colorful parade was held since 10:00 until 13:30, along the prolongation of El Sol avenue, one of the main streets of imperial city and access to Main Square.


Advantage the bright day, the public like childrens, teenagers, adults and people of third age were playing with water, serpentine, foam, powder, paints and balloons.


The troupes that occupied the first places of this competition were represented by markets of San Pedro and Cascaparo, as well as, the work syndicates of Pachacuteq and Newspapers.

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