Tacna is a city, in the regional capital and southern Peru, attracted a wave of immigrants from Italy, remained for 50 years under Chilean control, has a mild desert climate. Tacna is served by the Crnl. Francisco Antonio De Zela initiated the push from Spain for Peruvian Independence, was the capital of the short-lived Peru-Bolivian Confederation. Today is a mostly commercial city from the Puno Region with many immigrants, is based with the north of Chile on mercantile activities. Many monuments are located in this city, include a neo.
This tradition started during the Chilean occupation of Tacna in 1901. The major religion is Catholicism in Peru in the 2008 first mosque.