More than 320 delegations representing different public and private institutions participated in an annual parade that took place on the main square of the city of Cusco.
A delegation of USIL international students, who are currently attending classes at the university’s Extension Center in Cusco, participated in this year’s parade held on June 23, the anniversary of the Imperial City.
Caught up in the spirit of the festivities, 30 international exchange students paid tribute to the city, wearing typical Andean clothing and dancing to the rhythm of traditional Cusco music.
Half of the group wore traditional clothing from the district of Tinta, in the province of Canchis, where Túpac Amaru was born, while the other half wore the type of clothing associated with a traditional huayno song called “Valicha.”
This worthwhile cultural experience was one of a number of activities in which the group took part. Kausachum Qosqo! (Viva Cusco!)