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CULTURE MUISCA » your features and customs.

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CULTURE MUISCA » your features and customs.

CULTURE MUISCA. A pre-Columbian society who could stay complete even during the colonization, was the culture muisca; the creators of the famous legend The Gilding. This culture developed in the plateaus and vales of the Colombian oriental mountain range, precisely, in Cundinamarca, Boyacá and Santander. A territory with a varied climate, from the inclement cold…

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CULTURE MOCHICA »The legacy I populate preincaico

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CULTURE MOCHICA »The legacy I populate preincaico

  CULTURE MOCHICA. On the Peruvian north coast, between the Pacific Ocean and the mountain range of The Andes, the culture Mochica developed; specially in the vale of Moche, which at present is the city of Trujillo, the capital of the department La Libertad. This pre-Inca civilization also known as The Moches, he stood out…

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MIXTEC CULTURE Cultural Heritage of a great people.

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MIXTEC CULTURE Cultural Heritage of a great people.

MIXTEC CULTURE. In Addition to its outstanding artisanal manifestation, the Mixtec culture stands out as the largest source of codices in Mesoamerica. The Mixteca region was characterized by Its high mountain ranges that surrounded narrow valleys, forming three zones: The Mixteca Baja. An arid plain located to the northeast and southwest of the states Oaxaca…

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MEXICAN CULTURE » A people identified with their tradition.

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MEXICAN CULTURE. The traits of Mexican culture are the reflection of the different influences received throughout their history. In this way, impregnated by aspects of the ancient pre-Hispanic civilizations and the Spanish conquest, this rich culture was formed. Nevertheless, Mexican society has always strived to create an identity linked to its traditions. Mexico is located to…

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MESOAMERICAN CULTURE | pre-Columbian civilizations.

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MESOAMERICAN CULTURE | pre-Columbian civilizations.

MESOAMERICAN CULTURE. The Group of civilizations that gave life to the Mesoamerican culture, constitute invaluable pieces of the so-called Mexican cultural mosaic. Thus the Mesoamerican peoples, with some distinctive traits among themselves, built a civilization that shared many expressions. Becoming the region of America with cultures superior to the rest of the continent, until the…

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MAZAHUA CULTURE» rooted in its customs.

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MAZAHUA CULTURE» rooted in its customs.

MAZAHUA CULTURE. InHabiting from time immemorial, the small mountain ranges of the northwestern region and the Western center of the State of México; The Mazahua Culture, is one of the many that saw cracked their traditions following the conquest; In this way, many of its manifestations ideographic, pictorial and partially phonetic; They were destroyed, leaving…

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MAYAN CULTURE» Customs and Traditions.

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MAYAN CULTURE» Customs and Traditions.

MAYAN CULTURE» Customs and Traditions. The Mayan culture was developed where the current Mexican states of Yucatán, Campeche, Tabasco, Quinta Roo and Chiapas are located. As Well as throughout the current territory of Belize, Guatemala, a part of Honduras and El Salvador. From there, this civilization made by this vast area, the regional and local…

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MAPUCHE CULTURE » A group of Amerindian Ethnicities.

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MAPUCHE CULTURE » A group of Amerindian Ethnicities.

MAPUCHE CULTURE » A large ethnic group with many similarities in common that managed to develop one of the best textile arts in South America, was the Mapuche culture. Also Known as Araucans, they are a village originating in Chile, which currently inhabit the Araucanía and Metropolitana de Santiago regions. Although in previous times, they…

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CULTURE LIMA » Architecture and Ceramic Art

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CULTURE LIMA » Architecture and Ceramic Art

CULTURE LIMA. Defined by its architectural and ceramic art, the Lima culture was developed on the Central coast of Peru, precisely in the territorial area where today the capital of this nation operates. InHabiting basically the river valleys of Chillan, Rímac and Lurín, between the years 100 and 650 A.D. What confirms its contemporaneousness with…

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LAMBAYEQUE CULTURE » Ethnicity of a cultural syncretism.

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LAMBAYEQUE CULTURE » Ethnicity of a cultural syncretism.

LAMBAYEQUE CULTURE. Although The Lambayeque culture was formed following the decline of the Moche, assimilated a great part of their knowledge and traditions, perfeccionándolos even more. Also known as Sicán culture, it developed between the years 750 and 1375 A.D., on the north coast of Peru. Specifically, it covered the area between the valleys of…

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