Peru is a country full of customs and traditions coming from the knowledge of their peoples who are part of their folklore which is itself a cornerstone of our culture therefore to know Peru to learn more deeply is important to know its folklore, here we would like to review something more about the Peruvian to share it with you all.
Peruvian folklore is probably the most varied and rich in South America. This is because the country is located exactly where the oldest and rich native cultures of South America inhabited . In turn, this region stands out for being the backbone of Tawantinsuyu or "Viru"(name of river and region where they had precious metals) whose capital was "Cusco"and then in times of colonialism, as the "Viceroyalty of Peru", whose capital was "Lima", is now home to thousands of dances within three geographic territories.
Peruvian folklore has three expressive geographies:
the coast, the Andes and the Amazon.
The coastal region consists of a Creole influence, mestizo and indigenous.
The serrana consists of two parts: an indigenous ethnic folklore and a mestizo born of miscegenation between peoples of the high plateau and the Spanish or other outsiders.
Finally, the Amazonian folklore is the least complex stands out for its own folklore isolated Amazonian groups, some ethnic groups inhabiting the Amazon Andes and finally a modern fusion born with migrants from the sea and the mountains to the jungle, in addition to contacted several border regions.
Folklore (from English folk, "people"and lore, the "acquis" to "know" or "knowledge ") is the expression of the culture of a people, stories, music, dances, legends, oral history, proverbs, jokes, superstitions , customs, crafts and other, common to a particular population, including the traditions of that culture, subculture or social group. Also receives this name the study of these materials.
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QOSQO CENTER OF NATIVE ART
MYTHS & LEYENDS
CUSTOMS & TRADITIONS
THE CORPUS CHRISTI
PISCO IS PERU