TOURIST ATTRACTIVENESS DE ACOBAMBA
IT POINTS OUT HISTORICAL
According to Samuel Humberto Espinoza Lozano, previous to the Inca occupation of the county of Huaytará, it was populated by the nation of Guaytará that extended for the south until the domain of Kirua; for the North until the boundaries of Hatun Sausa; and for the This until the margins of Apurimac. This nation was conformed by Guaytarás, Chocorvos and other smaller populations.
The Inca columnist Garcilaso de la Vega, in his Real Comments of the Inca, mentions that the construction of existent complex Inca Huaytará, it was ordered to build for Inca Yupanqui (Pachacutec), during the years of the conquest of the nation of the chinchas (beginnings of the sigloXV).
Huaytará, well-known as the ARCHAEOLOGICAL CAPITAL DE HUANCAVELICA, is the maximum expression of the prehispanic rich past of the department of Huancavelica.
The city of Huaytará, capital of the county of the same name, it is located in the slope of Pacific of the western mountain range, to 2500 m.s.n.m., to 112 Km of the city of Pisco, for the road The Liberators, heading for Ayacucho, and to 192 Km of the city of Huancavelica.
Politically the county of Huaytará is divided in sixteen districts. He/she has a population of 23900 inhabitants. And he/she has a surface of 6458.39 Km2.
TOURIST MAIN ATTRACTIVENESS
Huaytará not only highlights for its archaeological wealth, admired for own and strange, but for its natural and ecological beauty.
It not only stands out the Archaeological Complex Huaytará, conformed by the Inca famous Temple or Inca Palacio of the Two Windows, of style classic cusqueño that consists on a complete construction of rectangular base, with walls of figured stone and you pad, on which the Spaniards built the current temple. It presents covers and three-dimensional windows on the outside and inside trapezoidal niches of unique style. In front of this group he/she is the Bathrooms of the Inca, composed by a figured great stone with two parallel canaletas in the superior part. The andenerías of Sumacc Paw or Chatahuaraca, the mirador of Foils; as well as their beautiful valley and temperate climate of permanent sun.
Important other archaeological group constitutes it the ARCHAEOLOGICAL COMPLEX OF INCA WASI, located to 20 Km of Huaytará, continuing for the road The Liberators toward Ayacucho whose construction keeps similarity to that of Machu Picchu in Cusco, for the use of perfectly carved stones, with the infaltables three-dimensional windows, covers and perrons, streets, plazuelas, adobe constructions and stone, enclosures and buildings that were surely rooms or ceremonial places for the cult to the god Sun, Pacha Suckles her and to the water; colcas or deposits of foods.
The Museum of Archaeology "Samuel Humberto Espinoza", keeps an abundant and important wealth textile and handmade pickup in the archaeological complexes of the county: The visitor should not forget to visit this important museum.
Other archaeological remains exist in the provincial environment, being the most important that of Kapana, Runayoq and Patacancha; as well as Weraqocha Perqa in I Remove Weapon.
Saint John the Baptist Employer Party are among the traditional most important parties in the county, June 24, to which you/they return the huaytarinos residents in the country and abroad; the navidad in December, dance and music of coastal influence.
The county of Huaytará is mainly cattle whose milky production is important and it is guided to the markets of the department of Ica and of Lima. The transformation of the milk in derived products, as the cheese, white dish and butter is products in growth. It is the natural pantry of the cities of Pisco, Ica and Chincha.
See Panoramic - Picture of http://www.galeon.com/peninsuladelmantaro/hvca/huaytara.html
Church of Huayara - I Temper Inca or Inca Palacio of the Two Windows - Picture of http://www.galeon.com/peninsuladelmantaro/hvca/huaytara.html
Interior of the Church of Huaytara - Picture of http://www.galeon.com/peninsuladelmantaro/hvca/huaytara.html
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