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Tantawawa & Sucker Festival in Cusco city this november 1th

25 October 2014

In order to reassess the Cusco traditions and celebrate the upcoming November 1 All Saints' Day, the Municipality of Cusco will celebrate a festival where Tanta Wawa and sucker cusqueño 2014 will have a place for unite the traditions with the tourism, in the Plaza San Francisco.

 

In that festival, ladies will involve members of the various associations of bakers and culinary city, who expend wawas and horses bread, assorted desserts and traditional Cusco sucker; as part of the Cusco cuisine from 08:00 am, which also christening Tanta Wawa will take this year will be produced at 18 meters long. The activity aims to contribute to the preservation, dissemination and safeguarding traditional cultural manifestations of Cusco, which are part of the intangible cultural heritage.


In their participation, the authority of the city mayor, stressed the importance of cultivating our ways through traditional festivals as is "All Saints".

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