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Cusco city tour: Qenqo archaeological

10 July 2013

Qenqo Quechua language meaning “maze” is located in the region of Cusco, at an altitude of 3,680 meters above sea level is currently one of the most important and surprising Inca culture.
The archaeological complex consists of two large sections called Qenqo Qenqo big guy both have impressive stone carvings, also around it we see the amphitheater this place was a temple where the Incas made ​​their public ceremonies, and one underground chamber is a rock work is considered to have been a place of worship for secrets and hidden rites, and finally the mortuary we call it “living sacrifices” for although questions remain about this topic says it is possible that there were carried out sacrifices both human and animals (especially the flame).

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