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In Ayacucho (Spanish pronunciation:[a?a?kut?o], Quechua: Ayacuchu), is the capitol of the province of Huamanga, Ayacucho region, Peru. In Ayacucho there are 33 church, one for each year of the Jesus' age. In Ayacucho there are great devotional festivals, especially during Holy Week at Easter. Yalatoro is similar to the Spaniard entrerro, except that the cops are run by Morochucos horse.
Its name derives from the Quechua words and refers to a great struggle for independence: Ayah (death) and quechua (corner). A further possible rendition is the "soul or ghost corner" in relation to the great dedication of their nation, even in pre-Hispanic time. Remains of more than 15,000 years old man-made villages have been found in the Pikimachay complex about 25 km from Ayacucho.
Between 500 and 900 the Wari civilization invaded the area, which became known as the first expansive kingdom in the Andes before the Inca one. Sucre Monument in the Plaza Mayor de Ayacucho. Ayacucho arts named Huamanga Stone. Ayacucho was populated by various native civilizations for millennia, among them the Wari, Chanka and Nazca civilizations before the Incas conquered it.
Simón Bolívar renamed the town Ayacucho on February 15, 1825, after the historic battle of Ayacucho. When the people saw so many victims on the battleground, they named the area Ayakuchu, the word Ayya means "dead" and the word Kruchu means "corner" in Ayacucho Quechua. The Battle of Ayacucho was the last conflict between Spain's army and a patriot during the Peruvian War of Separation, and the rebel triumph secured it.
4 ] The fight evolved on December 9, 1824 in the near Pampa of La Quinua. The viceroy José de la Serna e Hinojosa was injured, and after the slaughter the second commander-in-chief José de Canterac finally surrendered the Royalist Forces. Bolivia's current capital, La Paz, was also re-named La Paz de Ayacucho after this war.
Ayachucho, the rebel organisation known as Sendero Luminoso, used Ayachucho as the basis for its 1980 campaigns against the government of Peru and even carried out an attack on the Ayacucho jail in 1982. After Abimael Guzmán Reynoso's Führer was arrested and imprisoned in 1992, the ad campaigns began to fade.
Ayacucho's leading Ayacucho province is one of the impoverished and countryside's regions. Leap up ^ Instituto Nacional de Estadística e Informática, Perfil Sociodemográfico del Perú Archived on November 14, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. pp. Hop ^ David Scott Palmer, "Ayacucho" dans Encyclopédie de l'histoire et de la culture latino-américaine, Bande 1, S. 245.
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