Posts tagged: peru
Photos of Cusco circa 1930 by Martin Chambi,
Cusco, Peru at Sunset
An incredible city that I’m extremely happy I had the chance to visit. Probably one of my favorites cities ever. I will return. Wait and you’ll see.
DAY TWENTY FIVE - A SONG THAT MAKES YOU LAUGH
- Pachacuti - Horrible Histories: If this doesn’t make you laugh, you’re dead.
Pachacuti was the Conqueror Inca, he significantly extended the territory of the Inca Empire, the Tawantinsuyo. Incas, like Romans offered others tribes the possibility to surrender and became part of the Empire, if they didn’t agree then they used violence. They quickly became the largest South American empire.
In my region en Ecuador there is a lake called Yaguarcocha, lake of blood, the legends says that Huayna Capac (Pachacuti’s granson) won over the caranqui confederation and left no survivors and trewn the corpses to the lake that remained red for generations.
DESDE ESTE MOMENTO EL PERÚ ES LIBRE E INDEPENDIENTE POR LA VOLUNTAD GENERAL DE LOS PUEBLOS Y POR LA JUSTICIA DE SU CAUSA QUE DIOS DEFIENDE. ¡VIVA LA PATRIA!, ¡VIVA LA LIBERTAD!, ¡VIVA LA INDEPENDENCIA!.
José de San Martín. Lima, 28 de julio de 1821
Feliz 28 a todas mis compatriotas ;) !!
Happy independence day Peruvian people
RIDER : JORDY RAMOS
TRICK : BOARDFROM
PLACE : SAN BORJA - LIMA -PERU
PHOTO : JANO VERA
Inti Raymi (Feast of the Sun) the Andean celebration of the Summer solstice in four countries of the region. Look at the colorful Wimpala flag.