Quinua, a district located near Ayacucho, is famous for its pottery crafts, considered the most beautiful and traditional in Peru. Through its art, the people of this place, have preserved their culture and their pottery still plays an important role in ceremonial rites.
Art has become a symbol of identity for the people of Ayacucho, and as such it has transcended beyond the local and regional level to show the world the quality of the skilled hands of women and men of all ages.
Some of the most characteristic products are the churches and the Quinoa bull that are put on the roofs to protect new homes from evil spirits.
In the Quinoa ceramics, clay expresses itself through the transformation into art, mixing the potters hand experience with the talent inherited from the ancient Wari culture.