Jauja

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&f false title Peru publisher Lonely Planet authors Rachowiecki, Rob, Beech, Charlotte edition 5 year 2004 isbn 1740592093 page 232 Oral tradition mentions that the Inca ordered the mutilation of men's and women's hands in Jauja and that this occurred in the Pampa de Maquinhuayo, south of present day Jauja.

onepage&q Jauja%20peru&f false year 2004 publisher Lonely Planet page 232 colonial retablos, and the image of Our Lady of the Rosary (patron of Jauja).The church required rebuilding after is collapse in March 1836 when Estanilslao Marquez was the pastor. The systematic reconstruction was initiated in 1914 by parish priest Fr Paul. The facade was completed in 1921 under Father Barrier, a leading architect of religious buildings. Interior renovations began in 1928


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105 title Historia de Jauja work achperu.com language Spanish accessdate 8 October 2010 After the Spanish had sealed the conquest of Peru (Spanish conquest of Peru) by taking Cusco in 1533, Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro established Jauja as Peru's provisional capital in April 1534. It was named "Santa Fe de Hatun Xauxa" in keeping with the Quechua (Quechua languages) name. In the same year, Pizarro and his men

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

Jauja Ciudad Hidalga y Valerosa. In Spanish. Category:Populated places in the Junin Region Category:Populated places established in 1534 After the Spanish had sealed the conquest of Peru (Spanish conquest of Peru) by taking Cuzco in 1533, Jauja in the fertile Mantaro Valley was established as Peru's provisional capital in April 1534. But it was too far up in the mountains


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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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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.


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'''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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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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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

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


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After the Spanish had sealed the conquest of Peru (Spanish conquest of Peru) by taking Cusco in 1533, Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro established Jauja as Peru's provisional capital in April 1534. It was named "Santa Fe de Hatun Xauxa" in keeping with the Quechua (Quechua languages) name. In the same year, Pizarro and his men discovered that Jauja was home to huge accumulations of Inca food, clothing and wealth. The Spaniards recognized that they could live comfortably for months. This was the origin of the legend of the Land of Cockaigne. thumb left Musicians in Jauja (File:Music of the Andes.jpg) When the decision was made in 1535 to move the capital to Lima to take advantage of proximity to the port (Callao), Lima began to overshadow Jauja's importance. During colonial times, Jauja became dependent upon Tarma. Later Huancayo, increased in importance and surpassed Jauja as a commercial centre. Between 1742 and 1756, Juan Santos Atahuala led an uprising in the mountains of Jauja, one of many revolts that would occur in Peru over the years.


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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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'''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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