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Culture

Corpus Christi in Cuenca

Corpus Christi is undoubtedly one of the most important and ancient religious events celebrated in the city of Cuenca! Every year, precisely after the festivity of the Holy Trinity or

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

Nuestros dulces favoritos de Corpus Christi

A pesar de los ingredientes básicos que se usan en los dulces de Corpus Christi , cada uno de ellos tiene una preparación diferente y un sabor peculiar. Estos son

Amulets: Timeless symbols of faith exhibited in Casa del Alabado

Throughout time, human cultures have used amulets… Small ornaments that are symbols of good luck and faith, thought to give protection against evil or danger. Our ancestors used them, and we still do… The museum Casa del Alabado, located in Quito‘s historic downtown, exhibits small but very representative figures belonging to Pre-Columbian Ecuadorian cultures.

Fiestas de Riobamba

La Ciudad de las Primicias, la Sultana de los Andes, la Cuna de la Nacionalidad se presta a conmemorar 197 años de independencia, donde patriotas en un anhelado deseo de

La Fanesca, una explosión de sabor durante Semana Santa

La fanesca es un plato tradicional ecuatoriano que se prepara una vez al año durante Semana Santa, especialmente el viernes santo cuando no se puede comer carne. Según algunos historiadores,

Riobamba: Celebrations in the Andes!

Andean celebrations are based on the relationship between nature, the human being, the deity and ancestral beings. Every year, in the Andes, 4 events are celebrated based on reciprocity, agriculture

Guaranda: The city of eternal carnivals

Ever heard of carnival in Guaranda? Every year Guaranda celebrates carnival with masks, guitars, dancing, poetry, costumes, streamers, water, and more.. It is the most important festivity in the province!

Walking tour through Downtown Quito: First World Heritage Site

Visit Quito, the second highest capital in the world! UNESCO recognizes Quito as the city with “the best-preserved,  historic center in Latin America.”