To 67 km from Cusco. Archaeological group unique in its kind. Its name comes from the Quechua "Aymoray" that has to do with the corn harvest or May. It includes a huge set of circular platforms with four slightly elliptical called "Muyus", the largest having reached a depth of 150 meters. For climatological characteristics of this place, was considered at the time as an Inca agricultural experimentation center (nursery) where achievement develop different varieties of corn and production of seeds adapted to diverse ecological Tawantinsuyo, obtaining high quality product nutritious because it maintains a different microclimate terraces.