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Inti_Raymi
17 Jun

Inti……what? Inti RaymiInti……qué? Inti Raymi

The Inti Raymi, or festival of the sun was an Inca ceremony which was performed on an annual basis in Cusco, the capital of the Tawantinsuyo, between the final period of the harvest and the start of the winter equinox of the Andes, that is, in the second half of the month of June. History There were several reasons that led to the Inca civilization to make the sacrifices and offerings to the Sun god. One was that the Inca, as well as the nobility cusqueña, were considered natural children of the...