Sullu de Llama
El Sullu o feto de llama que se utiliza para realizar ofrendas a la Pachamama, para que esta de buenos frutos en las cosechas de alimentos, para que las edificaciones sean duraderas, para curar, traer suerte, etc.
En Las culturas Inca y Aymara Pachamama es la Madre Tierra
The Sullu or Llama fetus is used to make offerings to the Pachamama , in order that she give good fruits in the food crops , to get that buildings last long , to heal , to give good luck...
In the Inca and Aymara cultures the Pachamama is the Mother Earth
Cathedral of Sucre
The Cathedral of Sucre is worth a visit. It has a really beautiful and elaborate Virgin of Guadalupe covered in jewels. Note, this is not the same virgin celebrated by Mexicans and many faithfull around the world, it's a different virgin with the same name.
La Catedral - The Cathedral
La catedral está en la plaza y se puede ver su torre desde todo Sucre
Destaca en su interior La Virgen de Guadalupe , llena de joyas y la Circuncisión del Niño Jesús
The Cathedral is in the main square and its tower may be seen from all Sucre
You must see the Virgen de guadalupe , full of jewels and Jesus Child Circumcision
SUCRE, THE OTHER CAPITAL
With the arrival to Sucre, we abandon the lowlands and begin to gain altitude. Sucre is 2800 ms. over the sea level.
Sucre was the Capital of Bolivia until La Paz took this role.
Nowadays, Sucre is where the Court of Justice is, and there are plenty of lawyer offices spread all over the town.
Sucre is also full of universities and schools. Foreign students go to Sucre to learn Quechua language.
When wandering in the town, you can see that Sucre was the capital of the country, and you can admire the colonial style in many white houses and in the curches as well. In the cathedral concretely, you can appreciate the mixture between native roots and materials and the spanish influence.
As in all the places, a visit to Sucre is not complete unless you meet locals. Good places for that are the market, and the square at the top of the city, where you have the opportunity to play table football with the pupils of the school in the very square and have a rewarding contact with them.