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Inga Culture

by SOFIA NOEMI MORA CABRERA

Pages 2 and 3 of 13

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The importance of the respect to diversity in culture
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Cultural diversity is an important part of the driving force behind development, not only economically, but also as a way of enriching people's lives. It is also an indispensable component in reducing poverty and achieving the goal of sustainable development. The Inga people come from pre-Hispanic communities of the Inca empire that served as military outposts and guarded the borders to prevent the revolt of those peoples who were subject to the empire.
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Location
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The Inga people are located mainly in the Sibundoy Valley, at 2,200 meters above sea level, in the department of Putumayo. Sea level - in the department of Putumayo. They are descendants of the Incas and arrived in the región arrived in the region as military outposts in the expansion of the Inca empire.
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Location
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The Inga people are located mainly in the Sibundoy Valley, at 2,200 meters above sea level, in the department of Putumayo. Sea level - in the department of Putumayo. They are descendants of the Incas and arrived in the región arrived in the region as military outposts in the expansion of the Inca empire.
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Clothing
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The Inga culture as part of their clothing used special costumes such as: Men used striped blankets or capisayos with V-neck. Women, on the other hand, wore long skirts, colorful blouses, as well as shawls or dark fabrics over their shoulders. They do not have specific hairstyles. Instead, ear piercing is a special ritual for girls. 
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