Peru Anthropology

Peru Anthropology

According to nexticle, indigenous people of Peru are the so-called Quechúa and the Aymará. In judging the significance of the anthropological characters of the ethnic people of Peru it is extremely important to take into account the facts presented by Bolivia, because they are more characteristic and better known. In this region an anthropogeographic division […]

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Paraguay Economy

Paraguay Economy Overview

ECONOMY: GENERAL INFORMATION The possibilities available to Paraguay would be varied: the subtropical climate and fertile soils allow numerous crops; forests have precious essences; the rich pastures favor a flourishing livestock; the hydroelectric assets are huge; unlike many other Third World States, there are no overpopulation problems. However, various conditions linked above all to very […]

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Colombian Arts

Colombian Arts: Colonial era

Colombian art, term for the art in the area of ​​today’s Colombia. The northernmost country in South America is traditionally a region of cultural diversity, which is also reflected in its fine arts and architecture (Andean high cultures). Visit harvardshoes.com for Colombia travel package. Colonial era After the conquest of the country and the founding of […]

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Bolivia Culture

Bolivia Culture

CULTURE: THEATER Both during the colonial period and after independence, Bolivian theater was for a long time an absolutely marginal phenomenon and strongly influenced by Spanish models, with an indigenous production of religious dramas and historical dramas. Only in 1920 did experimental groups form which favored the birth of a new dramaturgy, engaged in the […]

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