In Peru, there are a lot of events that are an important part of the culture and traditions of the country. So far, the Ministry of Culture of Peru has recognized 19 events (Peruvian carnivals) and is considered the Cultural Heritage of the Nation.
Such customs activities can be named in this way by any set of goods, both material and intangible, accumulated over time. These can be paleontological, archaeological, architectural, historical, artistic, military, social, anthropological or intellectual.
Next, learn about the carnival parties held in Peru declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation.
This is the first regional carnival declared Cultural Heritage of the Nation, on December 4, 2003, by the then National Institute of Culture.
This carnival held in the district of Patambuco, province of Sandia, department of Puno, today achieved recognition as a Cultural Heritage of the Nation for representing the Quechua worldview of the Puno societies in which land and water constitute transcendental elements for the natural and social order, and to strengthen the collective identity of the different sectors of the district and the rural communities.
It occurs in the province of the same name, department of Tacna and was determined in that way in July 2019. Here they combine elements of Aymara and European culture for the celebration of crops.
It takes place in the district of San Jerónimo, province of Andahuaylas, department of Apurímac and was declared Cultural Patrimony of the Nation on June 25, 2019.
It is done in the province of General Sánchez Cerro, department of Moquegua and was determined with the title on February 14, 2019.
Cultural Patrimony of the Nation was declared on November 15, 2018. It is celebrated in the province of Jauja, the department of Junín.
Carnival of Huarín
This event is held in the district of San Francisco de Asís, province of Lauricocha, department of Huánuco and was determined with the title on October 19, 2018.
It is in the General Sánchez Cerro province, Moquegua department and its declaration were made official on December 1, 2017.
On May 9, 2017, this celebration of the same name was declared Cultural Patrimony of the Nation in the province of Azángaro, department of Puno.
It belongs to the district of José María Arguedas, province of Andahuaylas, Apurímac region, achieved recognition of Cultural Heritage of the Nation, on February 24, 2017.
The news was released on September 10, 2015. It is organized by residents of the populated centers of Tambogán and Utao of the Churubamba district, in the province and region of Huánuco.
It is an expression that over time has been adapted to the cultural reality of the inhabitants of the district of Santiago de Chocorvos, province of Huaytara, department of Huancavelica. It was declared Cultural Patrimony of the Nation on June 17, 2014.
It is also known as Tambobambino because it is done in the district of Tambobamba, province of Cotabambas, department of Apurímac.
On November 27, 2013, it was declared Cultural Patrimony of the Nation this holiday of the homonymous district, province of Angaraes, department of Huancavelica.
Tipaki Tipaki Carnival
It is carried out in the districts of Acraquia and Ahuaycha, in the province of Tayacaja, Huancavelica region and was recognized as Cultural Heritage of the Nation on two occasions: October 25, 2012, and May 21, 2015.
It is a cultural manifestation of Jauja, Junín department and the declaration of Cultural Heritage of the Nation was confirmed on March 9, 2011. His contribution to the strengthening of regional and national identity made the news be given on March 7, 2011.
St. Paul’s Carnival
The declaration of Cultural Patrimony of the Nation of this event of the district of San Pablo, province of Canchis, Cusco region, was formalized on September 24, 2010.
Carnival of Santiago de Pupuja
On September 10, Cultural Patrimony of the Nation was declared to the Carnival of Santiago de Pupuja, province of Azángaro, Puno region, for being a tradition that has been maintained, and even extended to other dates of the festive calendar.