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Manuela Eras de Gandarillas (c. 1740s – 27 May 1812) is one of the . She was a blind woman, who fought for her nation's independence (cerro San Sebastian-Coronilla-close to Cochabamba, Bolivia) on 27 May 1812. Manuela found out that the Spanish soldiers, commanded by José Manuel de Goyeneche, were coming to attack Cochabamba. She encouraged other women to join her and stop the Spanish soldiers. Since there were no men present, Manuela said to the women - "Nuestra casa es divina", which means "our house is sacred" in Spanish.

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  • Manuela Eras de Gandarillas (c. 1740s – 27 May 1812) is one of the . She was a blind woman, who fought for her nation's independence (cerro San Sebastian-Coronilla-close to Cochabamba, Bolivia) on 27 May 1812. Manuela found out that the Spanish soldiers, commanded by José Manuel de Goyeneche, were coming to attack Cochabamba. She encouraged other women to join her and stop the Spanish soldiers. Since there were no men present, Manuela said to the women - "Nuestra casa es divina", which means "our house is sacred" in Spanish.
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  • Manuela Eras de Gandarillas (c. 1740s – 27 May 1812) is one of the . She was a blind woman, who fought for her nation's independence (cerro San Sebastian-Coronilla-close to Cochabamba, Bolivia) on 27 May 1812. Manuela found out that the Spanish soldiers, commanded by José Manuel de Goyeneche, were coming to attack Cochabamba. She encouraged other women to join her and stop the Spanish soldiers. Since there were no men present, Manuela said to the women - "Nuestra casa es divina", which means "our house is sacred" in Spanish. There is now a statue to represent these 300 Bolivian women in the Colina de San Sebastián, Bolivia and also every 27 May Bolivia celebrates the Day of the Bolivian Mother (in Spanish, ).
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