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Who built Ollantaytambo?

Ollantaytambo is a collection of Inca village archeological digs in southern Peru, 60 kilometers northwest of Cusco. The complex is…

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The Pyramids of Cahuachi

Cahuachi is the ceremonial center of the Nasca culture in Peru. It is located 25 km away from the city.

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Choquequirao – The Golden Cradle of the Incas

Choquequirao is the second lost Inca city after Machu Picchu. It is located in the south of Peru, in the…

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Tiahuanaco’s mystery: what the god depicted on the cryptic Gate of the Sun is crying for

Researchers discovered a mystery megalithic structure named the Gates of the Sun here amidst the remains of a huge sanctuary.

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The mystery of the Paracasians who lived 3,000 years ago in Peru

While studying the ancient Paracas culture that existed in southern Peru, scientists found that many of the skulls had an…

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Event incidents of crowd disasters

The crowd is a terrible phenomenon that, at the slightest panic, turns into a deadly weapon that destroys everything in…

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6 lost cities you can visit today

The lost cities were just recently uncovered, and you may now visit them and admire at the ancient people's brilliance.

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The famous Inca Chullpas Towers are many thousands of years older than the Incas themselves

The Chullpas Towers at Sillustani near Lake Titicaca are considered by most academics to be the burial complex of the…

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What are the secrets revealed by the thirteen towers of Chankillo?

In the Peruvian district of Chankillo, there was a mysterious thirteen towers of Chankillo with an area of 4 square…

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10 glaciers that will soon disappear

When people say that due to climate change, glaciers can melt, people panic for only one reason - the flooding…

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How the Incas, who had no writing, sent messages to each other: What is Quipu

The Incan Empire was the biggest in pre-Columbian America and was known for string-based recording devices called Quipu.

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What do scientists know about the “Warriors of the clouds,” mentioned in the chronicles of the Incas

The Chachapoya culture is thought to have existed in Peru between AD 500 and 1470.

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