Cuzco


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a town in the Andes in southern Peru

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El primer capitulo inicia el relato del viaje con la salida del Cuzco.
el investigador del Instituto Bibliografico de la UNAM, especialista en tematicas del Mexico virreinal, Alejandro Gonzalez Acosta--, que entre los participantes en la refundacion por los espanoles de la antigua ciudad del Cuzco (fundada originalmente en el siglo XIII) se encontro un numero indeterminado, pero nutrido de indigenas --presumiblemente tlaxcaltecas ("mexicanos") en su mayoria--llegados al Peru en la expedicion de Pedro de Alvarado, quien los vendio a Francisco Pizarro y Diego de Almagro como parte de una transaccion comercial.
This pilot study was conducted in January 2014 among individuals aged 8-69 years in two communities in Peru: Willoq, a traditional Quechua community located in the Sacred Valley, and Maria Salome Ferro, a state- and church-run boys' orphanage in Cuzco.
In the era of the Inca, nobility, priests and civil servants from throughout the Tawantinsuyo Empire flocked to Cuzco for the winter solstice festival.
This book is the product of four research surveys conducted in a region surrounding Cuzco, the capital of the former Inca empire, in the Andes mountains in southeastern Peru.
While Melissa and Michaella say they were targeted in Europe, backpackers in Cuzco are not safe from the cartels.
El presente trabajo fue realizado en ciudades y algunas comunidades a lo largo de las carreteras que unen Cuzco y Machupicchu.
Yampu Tours has added a Peru package that includes Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu with Iguazu Falls.
Development of the Cuzco region: the tourism contribution*
On Machu Picchu and the Galapagos, travelers visit Lima, Cuzco and Machu Picchu before boarding the all-suite MV Galapagos Explorer II for a four-night cruise featuring eight landing sites on five islands.
VISIT The new Casa Concha museum in Cuzco has artefacts from Machu Picchu, taken by archaeologist Hiram Bingham a century ago.
Cristobal de Molina, conocido como "el Cuzqueno" (para distinguirlo del otro Cristobal de Molina, "el Chileno"), paso de su Espana natal al Cuzco hacia 1556, sin haber cumplido aun los treinta anos de edad.
Contrary to their reputation as warmongers, South America's Inca rulers used a range of largely nonviolent takeover tactics, say anthropologists Valerie Andrushko of Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven and Elva Torres of the National Institute of Culture in Cuzco, Peru.
Actualmente existen tres formas de llegar al sitio: por tren desde la ciudad de Cuzco en un recorrido que dura aproximadamente dos horas, en coche, o por el llamado <<camino inca>>, un recorrido a pie que se hace durante cuatro o cinco dias.
Juan de Betanzos (1987 [1551]), Cristobal de Molina (2008 [1574-1575]), Garcilaso de la Vega (2005 [1609]), Guaman Poma de Ayala (2008 [1615]), entre otros, narran una serie de fiestas religiosas que se celebraban a lo largo del ano en el Cuzco.