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Incas - Oruro Carnival Dance

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The Incas dance is a representation of the old "wanka" (story, tragedy) in quechua and the Spanish performed it since 1871. The Sunday carnival in front of a shiny Inti (sun god), the sun sons remember the tragic end of Atahuallpa. The costumes have symbols that represent nobility.

The Incas dance is a representation of the old "wanka" (story, tragedy) in quechua and the Spanish performed it since 1871. The Sunday carnival in front of a shiny Inti (sun god), the sun sons remember the tragic end of Atahuallpa. The costumes have symbols that represent nobility.

 

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