In the northern highlands of Peru, at about 2,750 meters above sea level, lies the historical city where the Spanish finally conquered the Incas over 400 years ago.
The city of Cajamarca is performing a reenactment of this historical event from the capture of Inca Emperor Atahualpa to the Battle of Cajamarca.
The “Cantata a Caxamarca: Two world’s encounter” event will take place in the city’s main square on Nov. 14 at 6:30 p.m.
About 300 performers will participate in the reenactment that portrays the battle between Inca Emperor Atahualpa and Spanish conqueror Francisco Pizarro in the city of Cajamarca.
They will perform historical events from the capture of Atahualpa and his murder to the Battle of Cajamarca, where in the Incas were finally defeated.
If you make it up to Cajamarca for the historical event, don’t miss out on the Spanish colonial architecture, beauti