Is a popular dance of Aymara people, historically origin on the border of Peru, Bolivia and Chile. In dynamic way it represents the task of Llama herding and holds a historic religious value as a ritual of good fortune.
Some claim, the Llamerada is very old, even Inca dance. An argument is mainly based on the fact that Llama herding has been very important to the indigenous people of the Andes for the centuries and the Inca Empire include prats of Bolivia.
There is very little known about how the actual version of the dance emerged. Even the costumes have changed a lot during the last few decades but the Headdress used at present is said to represent the traditional Headdress of Aymara leaders.
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