The district municipality of Quilmaná, in the province of Cañete, announced for this Sunday, February 26, the I Carnival of Interculturality 2023 that will show the living culture of various regions of the country with the aim of promoting tourism and the integration of our peoples.
The event, which is sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, will offer troupes and floats through the main streets of the district to the rhythm of music from various regions of the country starting at noon.
“Quilmaná is a land that makes us feel proud of this interculturalism that is so much in demand today. We have 55 peoples, 48 languages and a single country for which we must continue working. For this reason, we must congratulate this intercultural approach that is being promoted”, expressed the Minister of Culture, Leslie Urteaga Peña, during the conference to present the event held today at the hall Head of the Ministry of Culture.
“We want to rescue the traditions of our peoples, we are working to spread the living culture. Our management seeks meeting points at times when the country needs to get out of the crisis scenario “pointed out to his turn the mayor of the district Ing. Regis Pomalaya Godoy.
“Settlers who arrive from southern Peru such as Ayacucho, Huancavelica, Arequipa and the Amazon have made our district become a space for cultural exchange. Carnival is committed to this interculturality”added Luis Santa Cruz, cultural manager of the municipality.
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