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DANCE AND TYPICAL DANCES DE HUANCAVELICA


Most of the festivities in this city are related with the religious thing and to their tradition. As for the religious parties we have the Lost" Boy's party that is carried out January 14. The main topic of this party is the one of reminding the boy's search Jesús for its parents in the temple, when this discussed with the doctors of the Law, according to the Bible. This celebration extends for four days and it includes songs and diverse dances as the competition of negritos" "dancers.

Between March and April he/she is carried out the "Week Santa" that one Sunday he/she begins with a liturgical, called act Domingo of Fields and then you continues with night processions.

In May, in each neighborhood of the city, he/she is carried out the party of Cruces, festivity carried out under the symbol of the cross that has their origin in Easter of Pentecost. The ceremonies begin with the call "Slope of Cruces", beginning the ceremony that includes: the bullfight; Waqrapucos; Jarawis and concluding the song of Pututus, lasting in total an average of one week.

In the homonymous district to this city, each 29 of September begin the Tourist Week of Huancavelica. This week is reserved for the realization of recreational, social and cultural activities that you/they include dances folclóricas and tasting of typical plates of the region. As for the traditional thing we find the famous "Dance of the scissors or Braveries" that (atipanacuy) he/she is carried out December 24.

Source: http://es.wikipedia.org / wiki / Huancavelica



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