• Yanque en el valle del Colca (Caylloma, Arequipa). Historia y cultura en los siglos XV-XX

      Sánchez Dávila, Mario Elmer (Grupo Haucaypata, 2017-11)
      This article reconstructs, by means of archival sources (ethno-historical and anthropological), a history of the privileged and strategic political and economic position of Yanque in the Colca Valley: as a central seat of power of the Collagua estate which controlled the north, east and southeast parts of the Valley from the X to XV centuries; as a center of administration of Inca Tahuantinsuyu, in the Valley from the XV to XVI centuries; as the center of the municipality and region during the Spanish viceroyalty, from the XVI to XVIII centuries; as the capital of the province of Caylloma since the mid-nineteenth century to the early twentieth century, in the “Aristocratic Republic”; and as a tourist area where the largest number of hotels across the Valley is concentrated, since the late twentieth century to the present.
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