It is located 8 km from Cusco, is an archaeological site that was dedicated to the worship water and that the head of the Inca empire could rest. Inca lodging place, its name means "place of rest" and is known as "bath Ñusta". Their aqueducts bring water from springs all year. It was a path way to the Antisuyo Qapaq Nan, as this place was an important place of communication with others Tawantinsuyo. It was built around 1500 AD C. limestone area with polygonal style gear. It has two main areas, one at the top, where there are sources with extraordinary hydraulic system ending at the bottom with liturgical and ceremonial power of two channels is the most important, because water was revered by the Incas as the origin of life and the second sector made up terraces and stone walls with irregular polyhedra assembled without any mortar.