Origin of the Name FEXTICUM
## Origin of the Name FEXTICUM
Fexticum is a traditional cultural fair held in Monsefú, Peru, every year during the month of July. The fair celebrates the rich culture and heritage of the region, including its food, handicrafts, music, and dance. The fair has been held annually since 1973 and is named after the Feria de Exposiciones Típico Culturales de Monsefú by an initiative of the professor Limberg Chero Ballena .
The fair was created in 1973 at the initiative of Professor Limberg Chero Ballena, who characterized Monsefú as a party district, since festivals are held throughout the year. The fair is the most significant contribution to the Lambayecan identity and is considered the source of the tradition, flavor, and culture of the region. The fair showcases the customs, cultural creativity, cuisine, crafts, and festive muchick culture of Monsefú.
The fair celebrates the rich culture and heritage of the region and is considered the source of the tradition, flavor, and culture of the Lambayeque region.