Jauja

What is Jauja known for?


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Peru Festivals The cultural life in the city is vibrant, with many festivals and social and religious events taking place throughout the year. The most popular festival is the Feast of San Sebastian and San Fabian (20


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"jaujamiperu" An archaeological museum is located in the town, which has exhibits of the ancient Huari (Huari culture) culture. The town also has a fossil museum, a collection by a local man. The hill that forms the backdrop for the town has a fine row of Inca Stores and large number of circular buildings representing the Xauxa culture. Laguna de Paca lake also has number of such stone buildings in ruins. ref name


agricultural products

km mi ) made it common for the inhabitants of the city of Lima to travel to this area continually. The weather is divided into three distinct seasons - the rainy season from November to April, winter from May to July and the dry sunny season, with strong winds from August to October. thumb right Hospital Domingo Olavegoya, Jauja (File:Jauja Hospital1.jpg) Culture Today, Jauja is a city whose main activity is in the retail trade of agricultural products produced in the Mantaro Valley


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km mi ) made it common for the inhabitants of the city of Lima to travel to this area continually. The weather is divided into three distinct seasons - the rainy season from November to April, winter from May to July and the dry sunny season, with strong winds from August to October. thumb right Hospital Domingo Olavegoya, Jauja (File:Jauja Hospital1.jpg) Culture Today, Jauja is a city whose main activity is in the retail trade of agricultural products produced in the Mantaro Valley

Jaujina, in 1980 in the town of Jauja. Kuyayky's original members are the Hurtado Bonilla siblings: Rubi Indira in guitar and first voice, Jose Luis in the mandolin and fourth voice, Yina in the charango and second voice, Mariluz in the quena, sikus, cajón and third voice, and Candy in the bombo leguero and first voice. They have been known to collaborate with different musicians in distinct musical genres. * '''SPJI''' (JJI) – Juanjuí Airport – Juanjuí


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travelers traveling to domestic and international destination connect in Lima's (Lima) Jorge Chávez International Airport. * Huaraz - Comandante FAP Germán Arias Graziani Airport * Jauja - Francisco Carle Airport * Lima - Jorge Chávez International Airport - Jauja Junín (Junín Region) SPJJ JAU Francisco Carle Airport - '''Estadio Monumental de Jauja''' is a multi-use stadium in Jauja, Peru. It is currently used by football (football (soccer)) team Deportivo Wanka. The stadium holds 10,000 people.


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Jaujina, in 1980 in the town of Jauja. Kuyayky's original members are the Hurtado Bonilla siblings: Rubi Indira in guitar and first voice, Jose Luis in the mandolin and fourth voice, Yina in the charango and second voice, Mariluz in the quena, sikus, cajón and third voice, and Candy in the bombo leguero and first voice. They have been known to collaborate with different musicians in distinct musical genres. * '''SPJI''' (JJI) – Juanjuí Airport – Juanjuí


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wooden altars seen as a witness, in a modern adobe church built later in the town. Dating from 1564, the Jauja Cathedral (Iglesia Matriz de Jauja) was built in Baroque (Baroque architecture) and Rococo style.


honey

accessdate 7 October 2010 Jauja, which flourished for a short time, was once the capital of Spanish Peru, prior to the founding of Lima as the new capital. Its name is referenced in the popular Spanish expression ''país de Jauja'', which literally means "country of Jauja", but is used figuratively to mean a “never never land" or a "land of milk and honey”. The town, with a laid back ambiance and salubrious climate, has narrow streets with houses

; ultimately adapted or derived from a word for a small sweet cake sold to children at a fair (''OED''). In Italian (Italian language), the same place is called ''"Paese della Cuccagna"''; the Dutch equivalent is ''Luilekkerland'' ("lazy luscious land"), and the German equivalent is ''Schlaraffenland'' (also known as "land of milk and honey"). In Spain an equivalent place is named ''Jauja'', after a rich mining region of the Andes, and ''País de Cucaña'' ("


fine buildings

with indigenous troops and wrote to the king Charles I: "''This city is the greatest and the finest ever seen in this country or anywhere in the Indies... it is so beautiful and has such fine buildings that it would be remarkable even in Spain.''" After the Spanish had sealed the conquest of Peru (Spanish conquest of Peru), Jauja in fertile Mantaro Valley was established as Peru's provisional capital, but it was too far up in the mountains that Pizarro thus founded the city of Lima


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accessdate 7 October 2010 Locals dress up in the form of satirical wire mesh masks, eyes, whiskers and painted white complexion. Some of the dancers carry a baton and wear their pants to the knee, as if they were pure-blooded Spanish. The music initially starts with guitar sounds, and then the sounds of clarinets, harps, saxophones, etc. Other important festivals include Carnival (February and March), the anniversary of the Spanish foundation of the city (April 25), Independence Day (July

Jauja

'''Jauja''' (Shawsha Wanka Quechua: '''Shawsha''' Rick Floyd (1992), "Una comparación entre el quechua Shawsha y el quechua Wanka." In: Estudios etno-lingüísticos II, Stephen G. Parker (ed.), pp. 102-135. Documento de Trabajo 23. Yarinacocha: Ministerio de Educación and Instituto Lingüístico de Verano. or '''Shausha''', John R. Wroughton (1996), Gramática y textos del quechua Shausha Huanca. Documento de Trabajo 30. Pucallpa: Ministerio de Educación and Instituto Lingüístico de Verano. formerly in Spanish '''Xauxa''', with pronunciation of "x" as "sh")

Jauja, which flourished for a short time, was once the capital of Spanish Peru, prior to the founding of Lima as the new capital. Its name is referenced in the popular Spanish expression ''país de Jauja'', which literally means "country of Jauja", but is used figuratively to mean a “never never land" or a "land of milk and honey”. The town, with a laid back ambiance and salubrious climate, has narrow streets with houses painted blue. Laguna de Paca lake is close to the city.

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