Instituto NAUTA

Chronicles of the Inca

The Antarctic Indian

The Chapel of the Ánimas del Purgatorio was the fundamental axis of development of the exhibition "Chronicles of the Inca: the Antarctic Indian", which joined the events programmed on the occasion of the commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the death of Inca Garcilaso.

The exhibition was held next to the chapel of the Ánimas del Purgatorio, where the famous writer from Cuzco has been buried since 1616. It was structured in different thematic sections whose main objective was to recreate and disseminate various aspects of the life of Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. Among the exhibited patrimony, the presence of some documentary funds referred to this interesting personality of the mestizaje, belonging to the archives of the Cathedral and of the Parish of the Sagrario, stood out.



Event Details

The Nauta Institute and the Magtel Foundation, with the support of the Peruvian Embassy and the Cathedral Chapter, have joined forces to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the death of Inca Garcilaso de la Vega through an exhibition that brings together aspects of his life and literary contribution, as well as intercultural contributions in areas such as gastronomy, music, science and culture.

The main protagonist is the universal mestizaje represented by the Inca Garcilaso, born in Cuzco, neighbor of Córdoba and buried in the Mosque Cathedral.