Lili Jaquelin Mora Aldana
Jessica Alejandra Currea Pardo
Jessika Aguilera Niño
Nasly Alejandra Garzon Amaya
Yerandin Castro Castillo
ENRIQUE OLAYA HERRERA
DEPARTMENTS AND CAPITAL
The Orinoco is a geographical region of Colombia, determined by the Orinoco River basinand known as the Llanos Orientales. It is a region of intensive livestock production where major battles were staged during the time of the Colombian and Venezuelan Independence. Culturally is inhabited by the burrowing, common also to the individual Venezuelan Llanos.
The plains orientales.Hay a difference between the two terms: the Orinoco Basin refers to the Orinoco River basin, whichstretches from the Andes to the Amazon jungle (the Orinoco river itself rises in the Venezuelan Amazon), while Los Llanos are characterized by a vegetation of flood plains and riparian forests.
FOOD AND DRINK
One of the typical dishes of this region is the veal llanera or castor bean, which is prepared by roasting a typical cuts of beef in a clay oven at 250 C for one day (8 to 14 hours). Other specialdishes are hallaca, delicious tamale filled with turtle meat and vegetables stick to the bottom, a tobacco farmer preparing beans with meat, rice plains, containing oxtail and vegetables, the rabbit in wine, delicious preparation llanera the rabbit, the native flag, a dish that contains beef, beans (black beans), white rice, egg and banana slices. A typical class is cachapa arepa (corn or sweetcorn cake with cheese Jojot). Also soups like boiled guamarra (chicken taparuca, llanera variety of chicken) and hash with corned beef (salted and dried in the sun). There are traditional drinks such as chicha and Guarroz rice. A typical fish is the Coporo, delicious prepared with lard. Cassava is another very accustomed food prepared from cassava pressed (typically using a Sebucán) and roast in apot or griddle.
Due to the circumstances of the environment, forms of work (dairy, horse riding), music, legends, your home, the Ranger uses a suit fresh, light and easy. Over time there have been different types of suits by the presence of foreign cultures and developments in the tissues, but is now as described at the beginning.
The dress that is danced joropo (llanera traditionaldance) in women is a skirt that falls to the floor ankle which spent seven yards of cloth or red light background with flowers, on the seam of each floor has ojalón (tape). Combination is used and wide skirt. The three quarters sleeve blouse, high collar, decorated with ribbons and buttons back in the same color of the skirt, one piece (attached skirt and blouse), quoted sole and ribbon tiesadorning the head. Today, we use the same skirt but takes the edge width and will fit in the middle leg-neck white blouse, short sleeve washer. Llanera women prefer to wear your hair down with a Cayenne.
The man at first wore white pants rolled up to mid-calf (crossing the river), red or white shirt without a collar. Also black pants with white shirt. Sometimes wore dresses kaqui full color shirt thatcame down over loose trousers. He wore wide-brimmed hat preferring peloeguama so heavy to ensure that the horse race or tap will not fall, it is black or howler.
MYTHS AND LEGENDS
Some river rafters say the police car passes are walking the banks looking for the remains of a son killed long ago. For his ruthlessness was punished by God and condemned to mourn for the rest of hislife to find the last bone of your baby.
The grandmothers have the police car that you only need to find a bone (the joint of the little finger of right hand) to finish his sentence.
The prayer of fish
Sikuani Indians, say they have seen the death of young women prostrate and very skinny. According to the belief these women do not "prayed the fish." In this community the recitation of the...