ResumenIn this wonderful tour we can see the urban layout of the city of Cusco from the high part of Sacsayhuaman, we can also see semi-circular enclosures where they performed their ceremonies with the presence of their mummies.
In This wonderful tour we know important and historical aspects about the Inca archaeological centers. Also we can see the Inca urban outline from the upper Sacsayhuaman, we can also see semi-circular enclosures where they performed their ceremonies with the presence of their mummies.
We Started this fabulous picking them up tour of your hotel at the agreed time, and then visit our most remarkable archaeological remains within our beautiful city. They will be guided by a professional in tourism.
– THE PALACE OF THE KORICANCHA.
It was the residence of the first Inca, Manco C’apac also was the first house of the God Sun, highlights above all the impressive engineering that is used within its construction, We can also observe the Temple of the Moon and the stars.
Located 3 Km Away. Of the Cusco city, is an impressive construction of monumental stones and excellent architecture. It Is famous for its huge carved stones, some of which are 9 meters high and weigh more than 30 tons. It was built with gigantic carved and united rocks with incredible precision. This Is where the “Inti Raymi ” or “Fiesta of the Sun” is held in June.
Which means labyrinth, twisted or zigzag; Highlights in the central part an open space semi-circular as an amphitheater, which served to carry out ceremonies in the presence of their mummies and idols occupying the 19 trapezoidal niches, we can also see an enclosure where they made the mummified The main characters of the Tahuantinsuyo, as well as possible offerings to the Uku Pacha.
Was a military construction strategically located on the outskirts of Cusco and part of the defensive system of the Tahuantinsuyo; Forced passage of the people who came/went by the Inca Trail to the Anti Suyo. It Is composed of large walls, terraces and stairways.
Which means resting place; It would have been the Inca’s favorite baths; It consists of a series of delicately carved aqueducts, canals and waterfalls; It was a ceremonial center of water worship. Possibly all kinds of sacrifices were made; Except children.
Price per person: $. 10 Dollars.
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