Tupac Amaru Indigenous Leader’s House Will Be Restored In Peru


During the commemoration of the 238th anniversary of the Tupac Amaru Revolution, the Decentralized Directorate of Culture of Cusco and the Municipality of the Surimana Town Center in Peru signed an agreement to begin the restoration of the house that belonged to José Gabriel Túpac Amaru II, the leader of this movement.

“The agreement was signed by the deputy director of Interculturalidad, Teresa Campos, and by the mayor of Surimana, Paulino Hurtado, during the commemoration of this date”, Telesur informed.

“This agreement is the first step to recover this historic house where José Gabriel Tupac Amaru was born and lived. We will assign our best professionals and specialists so that this house, which was declared a historic monument, to be restored in an integral way,” announced the representative of Culture Cusco.

José Gabriel Condorcanqui Noguera, better known as Túpac Amaru, was a Peruvian indigenous leader who promoted the anti-colonial rebellion in Spanish America, called “the great rebellion” that took place in the Viceroyalty of La Plata on November 4, 1780.

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