The Festival of The Sun

This holiday is celebrated in Peru. It is based and celebrated because of the god of the Sun Inti.
On this holiday the people give food to those to be thankful for what they have and to be nice and kind in every way they can.
On this holiday the people wear hand-woven clothes and festival hats.
They celebrate this holiday every 365 days of the year. On June 24 ( My birthday)
This is the biggest holiday that Peru celebrates every year.
This holiday is a Inca Religious holiday. Which means that they are the only ones who celebrate this holiday.
They celebrate this day outside in the sun to support their religion of the God of the Sun Inti.
Bibliography: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/peru/cuzco/travel-tips-and-articles/77190 http://www.sacred-texts.com/nam/inca/inca03.htm

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Created with images by Hans - "fire flame embers" • Still Moments - "[_ Here comes the sun, and I say It's all right _]" • wwarby - "Candle" • tinou bao - "Rough Portrait" • i_yudai - "Calender" • p_a_h - "Big Ben" • Zengame - "Big Sir" • cbaquiran - "birthday cake cake birthday" • Jumilla - "happy!"

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