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The number of users in any chat depends on the time of the day. Landa has a population of 3.190 inhabitants.

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General information about Landa

Landa is located at Province of Bizkaia (Spain) and it has a population of 3.190 inhabitants.

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More information about Landa

Diego de Landa Calderón OFM He was a Spanish missionary of the Franciscan Order in the province of Yucatan and bishop of the archdiocese of Yucatan between 1572 and 1579. His reports are restitutions and adaptations of the original Mayan culture, which replace history, literature and traditions destroyed under his order, all this without the permission of Spanish ecclesiastical and colonial authorities, especially in the well-known event of the Auto de fe de Maní, a destructive act that was shaped by Mexican artists such as Diego Rivera, Juan O'Gorman and Fernando Castro Pacheco between others. Among the most well-known documents rewritten by ecclesiastical authorities of Yucatan led by Diego de Landa is the Popol Vuh, which was popularly believed to be authentic.

However, incongruities discovered at the end of the 19th century and studies from the 50s rule out its originality. The Inquisition led by Landa applied a series of physical abuses in the Maya, where many Mayan nobles were imprisoned for interrogation and torture by means of the garrucha and other methods, where also many were finally executed. This abuses were temporarily stopped by the intervention of the bishop of Yucatan, Francisco de Toral, who denounced the acts before the Spanish ecclesiastical and governmental authorities.. His Majesty will know that some idols were discovered in the province of Maní, a town placed in the Royal Crown. And since the bishop had not yet come, he, as an ordinary judge.. Invoked the secular arm, a judge who provided your Majesty at my request, who is called Doctor Quijada..

He went to the province of Maní with many Spaniards manu armata, and the Provincial Friar Diego de Landa became a Major Inquisitor and took three other accompanied friars with him.. The way in which the friars drew idols was that the Indians were hanging. First they beat the Indians by the hands of the Provincial, and at least they gave him a hundred, and if he did not confess to having idols, they hung him publicly in the ramada of the church by the wrists and put a lot of weight on his feet, and burned his back and bellies with wax axes lit until they confessed the idols.. It was so much the excess that the Indians were astonished that they did not know what to do..

Landa's inquisitorial reports are imprecise, contradictory, hagiographic and incapable of documenting Mayan written language, since during the first studies made to these reports, the description and incorrect translation of Mayan glyphs as letters of an alphabet led in 1862 to Charles Etienne Brasseur de Bourbourg to try to translate the Mayan codices without success Due to the destruction of Mayan literature by Landa, around the eighteenth century disappeared the last people capable of understanding the complex Mayan glyphs. Yuri Knorozov in the 1950s, who ruled out the use of Landa's reports and proposed the Mayan language as a syllabary, was able to initiate the decipherment of the surviving Mayan codices. Don Diego de Landa died on April 29,1579 at 54 years of age, after serving 38 years as a Christian religious, with 30 years residing in Yucatán and almost 6 years as bishop.

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The local time of Landa is GMT +1 hours. This time zone belongs to Europe/Madrid.

GMT is an abbreviation of Standard Greenwich Time.

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And on the other hand, in the period that includes the dawn until the afternoon of the following day, the level of users in the chat is lower.

This happens all over the world, since work schedules are usually morning and therefore it is in the evening when users have free time for leisure activities, such as online chats.

As a general rule, the largest influx of chats and leisure sites on the internet occurs in the afternoon and evening. Because of this, if you wish to initiate conversations with users connected to the chat in Landa, we recommend that you access the chats at the times when Landa is in the evening or at night.

Curiosities and other data about Landa

Postal codes of Landa

48610, Mendiondo (Urduliz)

Elevation above sea level of Landa

The elevation in meters above the sea level of Landa is 71.

This means that a resident of Landa has an air with an atmospheric pressure of 99,22 percent with respect to atmospheric pressure at sea level equivalent.

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