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18 reviews of Chinchero

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Travel broadens the mind

On January, 1 we decided to go to Chinchero, which is what we know as the Sacred Valley, we took a local combi for 4 soles (less than $2). As we arrived we realized that there was a party atmosphere but instead we went to the ruins, they were perhaps not as impressive as others we saw, but the nature and breathtaking scenery were, really long walks were inviting - despite the drizzle that at times became steady rain. Importantly, many of the Inca agricultural terraces were currently being cultivated. In the late afternoon we saw many people gathered outside the church attached to the ruins, they made a circle of women and men, in the center was the sacred coca leaf, many cases of beer passed from mouth to mouth and in the middle a giant bucket. A chicha invited and encouraged me to try. There were marching bands, everyone was happily celebrating and were taking pictures with each other. They told us that the celebration was for the new mayor's inauguration. Our return to Chinchero Cusco wasn't so easy - because it was a holiday the vans were loaded and local taxis took about 10 people. We took a van in which we could not breathe for 3 soles and fifty but the experience was totally worth it. Travel broadens the mind and enriches the spirit and this little trip to the Sacred Valley undoubtedly did that.
Flavia Ramos
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Chinchero is situated 28 kilometers from Cusco, surrounded by the peaks of El Chichon and Veronica. It is a town where stone is king. It is one of the few places that visibly retains the Inca urban design. In its square you can still see the stone walls with trapezoidal niches, in the square they hold the traditional Sunday market, in which barter or exchange is still practised. The church was built using as building materials blocks of limestone walls which belonged to a great palace. It was in the 1960s when they discovered the Inca palace under the Catholic church, it has a wonderful frecos, but unfortunately they do not allow photos to be taken inside, those here were taken from outside.
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Chinchero, incan people

Chinchero is a small village 30 km from Cusco in the Sacred Valley. Preserves important vestiges of its past Inca, and has a mini archaeological museum with interesting pieces, but best of my visit is that I agreed with an assembly of people, to 200 people, which in the main square, organized the allocation of seats to market. They average assembly in Quechua means in Castilian, and among them were called companions, all quite friendly but defending their rights. It is almost 4,000 m and the people inhabiting the Inca constructions almost intact, the weather is hard because of the altitude, and being on a high Andean plateau. Its location is strategic because it is at the junction of three roads that connect Cusco, Yucay and Pumamarca.

Chinchero, pueblo inca

Chinchero es un pequeño pueblo a 30 km de Cusco en dirección al Valle Sagrado. Conserva vestigios importantes de su pasado inca, y tiene un mini museo arqueológico con piezas interesantes, pero lo mejor de mi visita es que me coincidió con una asamblea de gente, unas 200 pax, que en la plaza principal, organizaban el reparto de puestos para el mercado.

Hicieron la asamblea medio en quechua medio en castellano, y entre ellos se llamaban compañeros, todo bastante cordial pero defendiendo sus derechos.

Está a casi 4,000 msnm y la gente habita las construcciones incaicas casi intactas, el clima es duro por la altitud, y por estar en una planicie alto-andina . Su ubicación es estratégica por estar en el cruce de tres caminos que conectan Cusco, Yucay y Pumamarca.
Carlos Olmo
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What will chinchero i liked both. is ...

What will Chinchero I liked both. Is very high, more than Cuzco, at 3800 meters, in a meadow on the Sacred Valley. There appears tended, quiet, stones on Inca stones, turning around your square of grass and its delightful colonial church. Why Chinchero me so excited? It will be the afternoon, the sky color. Or maybe their wives, their incomparable fabrics, their colorful costumes, their tiresome talk, his mom, mommy, miss, buy me something ... I would like to take all the ponchos, mantles and blankets to my house, run your hand through all of them, grab their texture, their age, their art, their color. However it is written one that I love, a violet background aguayo amazing solo hanging wall earthy. I look at him and think it's mine, I want it for my house, wondering how much it costs. Susana already, mom tells me, a month has led me weave. I think. I do not have enough money, Susana. He took it to Cuzco, he says. No, I reply, I promise I'll be back. Will he return to Chinchero, Mary?, Susana asks, incredulous. Yes, Susan, and I'll buy again. Within a week, by bus from Cuzco, went looking for my purple mantle. The place was not Susan, but as soon as the name, the man who attended me asked me if I was Mary. He asked me to wait, ran off, and soon, red for the race, appeared Susana. His face disfigured by surprise. 'Miss Mary, Miss Mary, has been ... -I told Susan that he would return ... I paid 120 soles without haggling. Happy, hugging my blanket, I walked down the hill to the road. The bus back to Cuzco took about 2 hours to go ...

Qué tendrá Chinchero que me ha gustado tanto. Está altísimo, más que Cuzco, a 3800 metros, en una pradera sobre el Valle Sagrado. Allí aparece tendido, tranquilo, piedras sobre piedras incas, girando alrededor de su plaza de pasto y de su maravillosa iglesia colonial. ¿Por qué Chinchero me ha emocionado así? Será la hora de la tarde, el color del cielo. O tal vez sus mujeres, sus incomparables tejidos, sus vestimentas coloridas, su hablar cansino, su mami, mamacita, señorita, cómpreme algo...
Querría llevarme todos los ponchos, aguayos y mantas a mi casa, pasar la mano por todos ellos, acaparar su textura, su vejez, su arte, su color. Sin embargo está escrito que me enamore de uno, de un aguayo increíble de fondo violeta que cuelga solitario de una pared terrosa. Lo miro y pienso es mío, lo quiero para mi casa, pregunto cuánto cuesta. Susana lo ha hecho, me dice mami, un mes me ha llevado tejerlo. Le creo. No me alcanza el dinero, Susana. Se lo llevo a Cuzco, me dice. No, contesto, prometo que voy a volver. ¿Volverá a Chinchero, María?, me pregunta Susana, incrédula. Sí, Susana, volveré y te lo compraré.

A la semana, en bus desde Cuzco, fui en busca de mi aguayo violeta. En el lugar no estaba Susana, pero ni bien la nombré, el hombre que me atendía me preguntó si yo era María. Me pidió que esperase, salió corriendo, y en seguida, roja por la carrera, apareció Susana. La cara se le desfiguraba por la sorpresa.
-Señorita María, señorita María, ha venido...
-Te dije Susana que iba a volver...
Pagué los 120 soles sin regatear. Feliz, abrazada a mi manta, bajé por la cuesta hasta la carretera. El bus de vuelta a Cuzco tardó como 2 horas en pasar...
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If it is part of boleto turistico 70 soles and then the other four villages of the Inca Valley, we can clearly visit on its own in terms of playing cat and mouse with the village guards who will ask you for your boleto famous, even if you do not intend to visit the ruins and the church who are really the only two tourist sights in Chinchero. In fact, according to them, the whole village is paying. But if we went around by the less eccentric streets, you can visit the REAL Chinchero, it is not seen in 5 minutes when you do not turn the bus from Cuzco. Mud houses and straw, farm animals and green valleys to no end. It would be a shame to miss!


S'il fait parti du boleto turistico à 70 soles et donc des quatre autres villages de la vallée inca, on pourra nettement le visiter par ses propres moyens à conditions de jouer au chat et à la souris avec les gardiens du village qui vous réclameront votre fameux boleto, même si vous n'avez pas l'intention de visiter les ruines et l'église qui sont réellement les deux seules choses touristiques à voir à Chinchero. En fait, selon eux, tout le village est payant. Mais si on fait le tour par les rues moins excentrées, on pourra visiter le VRAI Chinchero, celui qu'on ne voit pas en 5 minutes chrono quand on fait le tour ne bus depuis Cuzco. Des maisons en terre et paille, des animaux de la ferme et des vallées vertes à n'en plus finir. Ce serait dommage de passer à côté !

Pour obtenir un renseignement à Chinchero, si on a pas booké son tour touristique via Cuzco et donc pas de boleto touristico à 70 soles, on peut toujours se rendre à la municipalité du village, située sur la place des armes. Les gentilles personnes y travaillant se feront un plaisir de vous aider à trouver votre bonheur, route, un bon resto.
Marie & Matt
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Tecels peruvian: ok, a visit for tourists. but worth it.

Now there's a typical walk, made for tourists, but worth it. This locality are organized visits to a house where the weavers are typical Peruvian mantles and tissues of the country, all colored and adorned with typical designs. The cool thing is to see the process, explained step by step: from spinning of the llama and alpaca, their washing and even its color, made entirely with flowers, leaves and roots natural, baked and boiled in water. The whole process is counted slowly, including showing the loom where they work. Of course, the whole process is aimed at selling products (cloaks) at the end to tourists, but something even Tahi afz we consider buying: is the memory and the testimony of a fully working manual, very traditional and that is the essence of Peruvian people. And we, as travelers, we help our way. Ah, the products are to expensive (crafts, right?). But talk to tiazinhas, there is priceless!

Tecelãs peruanas: ok, uma visita para turistas. mas vale a pena.

Taí um passeio típico, feito para turistas, mas que vale a pena. Nessa localidade, são organizadas visitas a uma casa onde as tecelãs peruanas fazem os típicos mantos e tecidos do país, todos coloridos e adornados com desenhos típicos.
O bacana é ver o processo, explicado passo a passo: desde a fiação dos pelos de lhama e alpaca, sua lavagem e até sua coloração, feita totalmente com flores, folhas e raízes naturais, cozidas e fervidas em água. O processo é todo contado aos poucos, mostrando inclusive o tear onde elas trabalham.
Claro, todo o processo visa a venda de produtos (os mantos) no final aos turistas, mas taí algo que até afz a gente considerar a compra: é a lembrança e o testemunho de um trabalho totalmente manual, super tradicional e que é a essência do povo peruano. E nós, como viajantes, ajudamos da nossa forma.
Ah, os produtos até são caros (trabalhos manuais, né?). Mas conversar com as tiazinhas, ali, não tem preço!
Clarissa Donda Nazareth
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Chinchero is 28 km from cusco, anothe...

Chinchero is 28 km from Cusco, another member of the city Billet del Cusco Tourist and road map of the Sacred Valley. By famous local Sunday market, originally dedicated to "barter" (exchange of goods) between the inhabitants of the region. In this city, we have after sunset and visit a place where we saw a demonstration of the production of handmade woolen products, since its shearing, bleaching with ash, dyeing with local organic products, their weaving and then finally the sale of products, by local artisans

Chinchero há 28 km de Cusco, outra cidade integrante do Boleto Turístico del Cusco e do roteiro do Vale Sagrado dos Incas.

Local famoso pelo mercado dominical, originalmente dedicado ao “trueque” (troca de produtos) entre os habitantes da região.
Nesta cidade, chegamos já depois do entardecer e visitamos um local onde vimos a demonstração da produção artesanal de produtos da lã, desde sua tosquia, o branqueamento com cinzas, o tingimento com produtos orgânicos locais, sua tecelagem e depois a venda finalmente dos produtos, pelas artesãs locais
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Chinchero on the way to the sacred valley of peru

Chinchero is a small village situated at 3800m altitude which houses one of the finest traditional markets of Peru. Outside bus caravans, we can visit it and enjoy the relative tranquility Tupac Yupanqui Palace and the Church of Montserrat. The market is installed only on Sundays.

Chinchero, de camino al valle sagrado del perú

Chinchero es una pequeña localidad situada a 3800m de altitud que alberga uno de los mejores mercados tradicionales del Perú. Fuera de grandes caravanas de autobuses, podemos visitarlo con relativa tranquilidad y disfrutar del Palacio de Tupac Yupanqui o la Iglesia de Montserrat.
El mercado solo se instala los Domingos.
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We meet from ollantaytambo chinchero ...

We meet from Ollantaytambo Chinchero village by a beautiful road view of the snowy mountains hiding following the sun to give great color in the fields of beans and dried houses 3800m earth. The church of Chinchero is the big attraction, it was builded by the Spanish on Inca foundations representing a sun temple.

Depuis Ollantaytambo nous rejoingnons le village de Chinchero par une route magnifique, vue sur les montagnes enneigées sui cachent le soleil pour donner de superbes couleurs aux champs de fèves et aux maisons en terre séchée à 3800m d'altitude.
L'église de Chinchero est la grosse attraction, elle a été constuite par les espagnols sur des fondations Incas qui représentaient un temple du soleil.
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Chinchero, narrative of a traveler

After walking along a tarmac road in the middle of the snowy morning show we are about to arrive, after having traveled a number of miles we came to this part of Peru, known as the land of the rainbow, Chinchero is called so that when it rains the rainbow appears illuminating the entire village and is that for the Incas this natural phenomenon was a symbol of divinity. Some local people tell us they can not look to the rainbow without covering your mouth because this could pudrirles teeth, much less to point fingers because then they could gnaw bones including maidens shun because of surprise them in the field might impregnate them, here are some superstitions that keep alive the population over time. So Chinchero, a town located in the province of Urubamba, 31 kilometers and a half from the city of Cusco. It is located between the junction of three interconnected ways: Cusco, Yucay and Puma brand, formerly during Tahuantisuyo this was the road leading to Machu Picchu, this path led postmen or mail chasquis thus traveling 100 km per day for reach their destination. Chinchero is located 3780 meters above sea level and is currently a population of over 15 000 inhabitants. Located on an ancient pre-Hispanic town, still preserves an Andean legacy is reflected in the clothes, the Quechua language and ancestral customs, is a small town but with a rich cultural legacy and heritage, preserving the essence of the Incas, combined into a costubres colorful mixing with Christian, this is reflected for example in the Sunday market having as background the old colonial church, this activity being a major tourist place at tractive. In 1572 the Viceroy Toledo founded The Doctrine of Our Lady of Montserrat in Chinchero and it was he who ordered the construction of the Catholic church which is in the main square, this church building was completed at the beginning of the seventeenth century, in 1607 to be exact, is the year we see in the inscriptions are located in one of the four arches that are in place. In the 60s it was discovered that the church was built on limestone walls carved, which formerly belonged to a palace, the interior of this palace is filled to the height of your roof with soil brought from elsewhere, to serve as a basis for the construction of this monument and symbol Virreynal conquest. At the other end of the church there is another great place that is now the main square of the village of Chinchero, at its ends, has a trapezoidal wall containing niches which demonstrate its size that could easily accommodate a person standing, apparently in time immemorial were used to hold mummies of nobles and idols preceding ancestral ceremonies, because you have to consider that in the past they were considered Apus or spirits benefactors. At the center of this square we place a bust that was made in memory of Matthew Pumacahua (Peruvian independence hero), who apparently was born in the house that is located in front of him, this house was built with a small arches and semicircular windows on the second floor. According to Matthew Pumacahua history was chief of Army Brigadier chinchero and Spanish, this man fought against the revolution of Tupac Amaru II helping her defeat in 1781, however, after the fall of the great chief of Ink, Commander Matthew Pumakahua fresh paint (paint that is made on a surface with colors of lime dissolved in water) above the semicircular door that was in the main church of Chinchero a representation of the final battle, in which the Virgin is observed on Monserrat also patron of Catalonia, located in the center of the paint left placing the virgin, the final battle against Tupac Amaru, which was represented as a serpent in the midst of tremendous chaos and he represented as a cougar with a position of showing well allegorically triumphant defeat of the rebel troops, on the right of the Virgin we see the celebration of the victory which interestingly coincides with the presence of San Pedro and San Pablo carrying in his hands the keys of heaven. Inside of the church also find a canvas that was painted by an artist Quechua Cusco School in 1693, this painting represents again the Virgin of Montserrat accompanied by angels that divide the mountain. Matthew Pumacahua would offset the bad action he committed against his people and his race joining the rebellion of the Angulo brothers fight so Spanish troops, but their ideas of freedom and indenpencia became truncated, being beaten and then hung Sicuanien an arc in 1814. Dawns the Sun of the Incas and early, arriving to market dealers and covered with colorful costumes typical adult man wearing a Mantera (Sunday festive attire) also wool poncho (symbol of cultural mixing) supplemented with classic sandals (leather footwear called). For their part, women dress with llicllas, vests and skirts in black cloth, fastened to the body with bands or chumpis, they adorn their heads with two braids together strands of yarn with different colors. Chinchero girls usually become a bit complex hairstyles, arrange your head up to 120 grouped into two very thin braids. Most people flocking is female, and that in this way offer better their agricultural goods, these women are grouped according to where they come from and also according to the products they offer, once they are located, begins the legendary transaction. As we mentioned the main attraction of this traditional village is the fair, which is held every Sunday morning in the Indian market which is one of the most typical and recommended in the region remain alive even as the old ways barter, which is converted from the early hours, the star of the exchange, and gives us the feeling that time stands still in this part of Peru, as this is a tradition that the place managed to maintain despite the advance of modernity. It is practiced to provide themselves and usually other assets are exchanged tropical products such as fruits, coca leaves, or Maras salt for local produce such as potatoes, beans, ollucos, etc.. Also here there is a market for tourists with various tissues highlighting local craft very well made, unlike other markets where merchants are foreigners, traders here are commoners native village which also helps foreigners to get good prices for quality traditional textiles.

Chinchero, narracion de un viajero

Después de transitar por una carretera asfaltada, en el medio de la madrugada los nevados nos avisan que estamos a punto de llegar, tras haber recorrido una serie de kilómetros llegamos a esta parte del Perú, conocida como la tierra del arco iris, Chinchero es llamada así, por que al llover el arco iris aparece iluminando todo el poblado y es que para los incas este fenómeno natural era un símbolo de divinidad. Algunas personas del lugar nos cuentan que no se puede mirar al arco iris sin taparse la boca porque este podría pudrirles los dientes, mucho menos señalarle con los dedos porque entonces les podría carcomer los huesos, incluso las doncellas le huyen, porque de sorprenderlas en el campo podría embarazarlas, estas son algunas supersticiones que la población mantienen viva a través del tiempo.

Así es chinchero, un pueblo que se encuentra en la provincia de Urubamba, a 31 Km. y medio de la ciudad del Cusco. Esta ubicado entre el cruce de tres caminos conectados entre sí: Cusco, Yucay y Puma marca; antiguamente durante el Tahuantinsuyo este era el camino que llevaba a Machu Picchu, por este sendero los carteros o chasquis llevaban el correo recorriendo así 100 Km. diarios para llegar a su destino.

Chinchero se encuentra a 3780 metros sobre el nivel del mar y en la actualidad su población supera los 15 mil habitantes. Situado sobre un antiguo poblado prehispánico, conserva aún un legado andino que se ve reflejado en las vestimentas, la lengua quechua y costumbres ancestrales; es un pueblo pequeño pero con una gran herencia cultural y patrimonio, conservando la esencia de los incas, combinado en un colorido mestizaje con las costubres cristianas; ello se ve reflejado por ejemplo en la feria dominical teniendo como marco la antigua iglesia colonial, siendo esta actividad uno de los mayores a tractivos turísticos del lugar.

En el año 1572 el Virrey Toledo fundo La Doctrina de Nuestra Señora de Montserrat de Chinchero y fue él quien mandó a construir la iglesia católica que se encuentra en la plaza de armas; esta iglesia se termino de construir a inicios del siglo XVII, en 1607 para ser más exactos, es el año que apreciamos en las inscripciones que están ubicadas en uno de los cuatro arcos que hallamos en el lugar. En la década del 60 se descubrió que la iglesia se construyo sobre muros de piedra de cal labrada, que antiguamente pertenecieron a un palacio, el interior de este palacio se relleno hasta la altura de su techo con tierra traída de otros lugares, para que sirva como base para la construcción de este monumento Virreynal y símbolo de la conquista.

Al otro extremo de la iglesia encontramos otra gran plaza que ahora es la plaza principal del pueblo de chinchero, a sus extremos, tiene un muro que contiene nichos trapezoidales los cuales demuestran por sus dimensiones que fácilmente podrían albergar a una persona parada, al parecer en tiempo inmemoriables se empleaban para guardar momias de nobles e ídolos que precedían las ceremonias ancestrales, ya que hay que considerar que en tiempos pasados estos eran considerados Apus o espíritus benefactores. Al centro de esta plaza ubicamos un busto que fue hecho en memoria de Mateo Pumacahua (prócer la independencia peruana), quien al parecer nació en la casa que esta ubicada frente a él; esta casa fue construida con una pequeña arquería y ventanas de medio punto en el segundo piso. Según la historia Mateo Pumacahua fue cacique de chinchero y Brigadier del ejercito español, este hombre lucho contra la revolución de Tupac Amaru II ayudando a su derrota en el año 1781; sin embargo, tras la caída del gran cacique de Tinta, Mateo Pumakahua mando a pintar en fresco (pintura que se hace sobre una superficie con colores disueltos en agua de cal) encima de la puerta de medio punto que estaba en la iglesia principal de Chinchero una representación de la batalla final, en la cual se observa a la Virgen de Monserrat patrona también de Cataluña, situada en el centro de la pintura ubicando a la izquierda de la virgen, la batalla final contra Tupac Amarú, al cual lo representó en forma de serpiente en medio de un tremendo caos y a él representado en forma de puma con una posición de triunfador mostrando así alegóricamente la derrota de las tropas rebeldes; a la derecha de la virgen podemos apreciar la celebración de dicha victoria que curiosamente coincide con la presencia de San Pedro y San Pablo que llevan entre sus manos las llaves del cielo. En el interior de dicha iglesia también encontramos un lienzo que fue pintado por un artista quechua de la Escuela Cusqueña en el año 1693, este lienzo representa una vez más a la Virgen de Monserrat acompañada de ángeles que dividen la montaña.

Mateo Pumacahua quiso compensar la mala acción que cometió contra su pueblo y su raza uniéndose a la rebelión de los hermanos Angulo para de esta manera luchar contra las tropas españolas; sin embargo sus ideas de libertad e indenpencia se tornaron truncas; siendo derrotado y luego colgado en un arco en Sicuanien el año 1814.

Amanece el Sol de los Incas y muy temprano, llegan hasta el mercado vendedores y compradores cubiertos de trajes coloridos y típicos, el hombre adulto lleva una mantera (traje festivo de domingo) también un poncho de lana de oveja (símbolo del mestizaje cultural) complementado con las clásicas ojotas (calzado de cuero de llama). Por su parte las mujeres visten con llicllas, chalecos y polleras de bayeta de color negro, sujetadas al cuerpo con fajas o chumpis; ellas adornan sus cabezas con dos trenzas que unen con cordones de hilo de diferentes colores. las jóvenes de Chinchero suelen hacerse peinados un poco complejos, arreglan su cabeza hasta con 120 trenzas delgadísimas agrupándolas en dos. La mayor cantidad de gente que se reúne es del género femenino, ya que de esta manera ofrecen mejor su mercadería agrícola, estas mujeres se agrupan de acuerdo al lugar de donde provienen y también de acuerdo a los productos que ofrecen, una vez que se encuentran ubicados, empieza la legendaria transacción.

Como habíamos mencionado el mayor atractivo de este pueblito tradicional es la feria, la cual se lleva a cabo cada domingo por la mañana en el mercado indígena que es uno de los más típicos y recomendables en la región; se mantienen aún vivas viejas costumbres como el trueque, el cual se convierte desde tempranas horas, en la estrella del intercambio, nos da así la sensación de que el tiempo no pasa en esta parte del Perú, ya que esta es una tradición que el lugar a sabido mantener a pesar del avance de la modernidad. Esta tradición se practica para proveerse de bienes diversos y casi siempre se intercambian productos tropicales como frutas, hojas de coca, o sal de Maras por productos de la zona como papas, habas, ollucos, etc.

También aquí hay un mercado para turistas con diversas artesanía destacando los tejidos locales muy bien logrados; a diferencia de otros mercados donde los mercaderes son foráneos, aquí los comerciantes son comuneros nativos del pueblo lo que también ayuda a que los extranjeros puedan conseguir buenos precios por productos textiles tradicionales de calidad.
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Near the city of cuzco, which easily can be reached in combi, we chinchero, a village anchored between the beautiful mountains of the andes

Near the city of Cuzco, which easily can be reached in combi, we Chinchero, a village anchored between the beautiful mountains of the Andes.

Cerca de la ciudad de cuzco, donde facilmente se puede llegar en combi, nos encontramos chinchero, un pueblecito anclado entre las preciosas montañas de los andes

Cerca de la ciudad de Cuzco, donde fácilmente se puede llegar en combi, nos encontramos Chinchero, un pueblecito anclado entre las preciosas montañas de los Andes.
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Dusk in chincheros

In front of the Church of Chincheros.

Anocheciendo en chincheros

Frente a la Iglesia de Chincheros.
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Excellent textiles and designs, peopl...

Excellent textiles and designs, people, beautiful as throughout Peru

Excelentes textiles y diseños, la gente, hermosa como en todo el Perú
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A country with its landscape, its peo...

A country with its landscape, its people, its culture and way of life vivre feeling and not leave you indifferent and its native medicine men teach you how they work and to face life.

Un país que con sus paisajes, sus gentes, su cultura y su forma de sentir y vivir la vida, no te deja indiferente y sus hombres medicina nativos te enseñan su forma de trabajar y de afrontar la vida.
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The process of wool,

very interesting as they clean and stain are only natural products.

El proceso de la lana,

muy interesante ya que lo limpian y lo tiñen solo son productos naturales.
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