Ok, so this is the real deal. Quito was colonized by spaniards and they brought religion with them. Before Christianity, indigenous people used to worship the sun and nature, most of them still do it and celebrate the Inti-Raymi (Party of the sun)So, long story story short, many churches were build in Quito and theSigue leyendo «TOP 3 CHURCHES»
When you visit Quito, make sure to stop by this 3 marvelous places. 1. MUNA- National Museum of Ecuador This one is one of the most important museums of the country, here you will find relevant information as art from all of the regions and eras. A great gold collection and a route with aSigue leyendo «BEST MUSEUMS IN QUITO»
IN #QUITO, At the Pichincha Battle, 24th May 1822, hundreds of soldiers with blue uniform fought at the Pichicha volcano defending Quito´s liberty. The memories are still alive.
El Padre Almeida vivió en el monasterio de San Diego, de ahí su leyenda.
PULULAHUA: Uno de los pocos volcanes habitados en el mundo
Every region from Ecuador brings their best products to cook this delicacy – The Fanesca –
One Friday a year in March or April, according to the calendar, the colonial City of Quito is covered by a purple cloak moved by believers.
ECUADORIAN CARNIVAL is filled with traditions, colors, perfume, water and more.