La Jalca (Peru)
La Jalca was the first Spanish foundation of the region; therefore, there there was established the first head office of the current city of Chachapoyas. In that one then (1538) took the name of Saint John of the Border of the Chachapoyas, in honor to his holy boss. Also of this epoch they date the famous juanes, typical plate of the forest prepared and invented for the festivity and that, in contrast to the current juanes iquitenos were prepared by means of yucca.
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