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An intro to the Cañaris

Pre Inca cultures such as the Cañaris had interesting worldviews that attributed aspects of their race and culture to nature and mysticism.  Fantastic events were attributed to tell the story

Celebrating Inti Raymi in Ingapirca

Located in Cañar, Ingapirca Inca architectural complex is the most important pre-columbian site in Ecuador! Ingapirca means “wall of the Inca” and on-site, you can find the remains of what

Riobamba: Inti Raymi 2019

Texto: Gobierno Autónomo Municipal de Riobamba Una de las tradiciones que tiene como legado la nación Puruhá, es la fiesta del sol y la cosecha del solsticio de Junio, el

Pesillo: Women who collect mushrooms

53-year-old Herminia Catucuamba is a kichwa cayambi woman, leader of the Urcu Sisa Artisanal and Commercial Union. She is one of the twenty women who collect mushrooms from pine forests

Maga Dávalos: fotografía documental & comunidades indígenas

Maga Dávalos es una fotógrafa documental, durante su juventud ha convivido y fotografiado a comunidades indígenas dentro de la selva ecuatoriana. Entrevista: ¿Desde qué edad practicas la fotografía? ¿Crees tú

Machalilla National Park: culture and adventure along the coast

Located in the province of Manabí, its name comes from the Machalilla pre-hispanic culture. Machalilla was declared a National Park in 1979, becoming one of the first protected areas in Ecuador!

An intro to Ecuador’s diverse native cultures!

America, erroneously called the “new” world, has a rich and ancient cultural tradition that is categorized as pre-Columbian.

El Origen de los Cañaris

Las culturas pre incaicas como los Cañaris tuvieron interesantes visiones del mundo ya que atribuyeron aspectos de su raza y cultura a la naturaleza y el misticismo.  Se atribuyeron eventos

Maga Dávalos on documentary photography & indigenous communities

Maga Dávalos is a documentary photographer who has lived with indigenous communities in the Ecuadorian Amazon, documenting their ways of life through her lens. Interview: How long have you been