Sincé


Sincé

Sincé is a town and municipality located in the Sucre Department, northern Colombia. San Luis de Sincé, is a town and municipality located in the Sucre Department, to 30km to the Southeastern of Sincelejo, northern Colombia. It has an average Temperature of 26,5ºC and their main economic activities are agriculture, the stockbreeding and the commerce. It was founded the 10 of November of 1775 by Antonio of Torre and Miranda. At the moment it accounts with a Hospital called Hospital Local Nuestra Señora del Socorro and a Fototeca Municipal.

Celebrations and Events

The main celebrations of the municipality are the supervisory celebrations in honor to the Virgen del Socorro that are celebrated in September, within the framework of the religious celebrations are also celebrated the Fiestas en Corralejas these are those of but long history in all the country. Officially the celebrations initiate the 20 of Julio, Dia de la Independencia Nacional and it extends until beyond the 20 of September, are the celebrations of greater duration of Colombia. In November La Semana de la Sinceanidad is celebrated to commemorate the foundation of the municipality, are made protocolic acts, cultural acts, poetry reading, concert of orchestras, ballet, among others more.

References

*es icon [http://gobersucre.gov.co/since.php Gobernacion de Sucre - Sincé]
*es icon [http://www.since-sucre.gov.co/ Sincé official website ]
*es icon [http://www.soysince.blogspot.com/ lo que faltaba en la web!! ]


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  • since — W1S1 [sıns] prep, conj, adv [: Old English; Origin: siththan, from sith tham since that ] 1.) [generally used with a perfect tense in the main clause] from a particular time or event in the past until the present, or in that period of time ▪ We… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • since — [ sıns ] function word *** Since can be used in the following ways: as a preposition (followed by a noun): Everything has changed so much since last spring. as an adverb (without a following noun): She left home in 1993 and hasn t been seen since …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Since — (s[i^]ns), adv. [For sins, contr. fr. OE. sithens, sithenes, formed by an adverbial ending (cf. {Besides}) from OE. sithen, also shortened into sithe, sin, AS. si[eth][eth]an, sy[eth][eth]an, seo[eth][eth]an, afterward, then, since, after;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Since — Sińce Hilfe zu Wappen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • since — [sins] adv. [ME syns, contr. < sithens, adv. gen. of sithen < OE siththan, for earlier * siththon < sith, after, since (for IE base see SIDE) + thon, instrumental form of thæt, THAT] 1. from then until now [she arrived Tuesday and has… …   English World dictionary

  • Since — Since, conj. Seeing that; because; considering; formerly followed by that. [1913 Webster] Since that my penitence comes after all, Imploring pardon. Shak. [1913 Webster] Since truth and constancy are vain, Since neither love, nor sense of pain,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Since — Since, prep. From the time of; in or during the time subsequent to; subsequently to; after; usually with a past event or time for the object. [1913 Webster] The Lord hath blessed thee, since my coming. Gen. xxx. 30. [1913 Webster] I have a model… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Since — may refer to: *its dictionary meaning *Sincé, Sucre Department, Bolivia …   Wikipedia

  • since — mid 15c., synnes, from sithenes since, from sithen (plus adverbial genitive es), from O.E. siððan then, later, after that, originally sið ðan after that, from sið after + ðan, weakened form of ðam, dative of ðæt (see THAT (Cf …   Etymology dictionary


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