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Latin American Festival to Pay Tribute to the Sun and the Earth

Latin American Festival to Pay Tribute to the Sun and the Earth

In the Andean highlands of Latin America, there is a festival called Inti Raymi, which indigenous people have passed on for many years. Did you know that Inti Raymi means the Festival of the Sun, which comes from the language of Quechua, an Indigenous people of Latin America?

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  • Feeling gratitude to the sun.
     
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  • Praying for plentiful harvest
     

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