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Templo del Sol (= Templo Viejo, = Templo Pintado) Pachacamac

Templo del Sol (= Templo Viejo, = Templo Pintado) Pachacamac

Panorama of Huaca Pucllana in b/w *  A panoramic photo I took of the pre-Inca ruins Huaca Pucllana located in Miraflores Lima, Peru

Panorama of Huaca Pucllana in b/w * A panoramic photo I took of the pre-Inca ruins Huaca Pucllana located in Miraflores Lima, Peru

Coastal Andes

Coastal Andes

Ayacucho Stoneforest panorama

Ayacucho Stoneforest panorama

Pre-Columbian Weaver's Basket, with bone tools, spindle whorls, yarns, etc.

Pre-Columbian Weaver's Basket, with bone tools, spindle whorls, yarns, etc.

Gran Piramide - Huaca Pucllana (Peru - Lima culture)

Gran Piramide - Huaca Pucllana (Peru - Lima culture)

Pyramid with Ramp #1 *  Pre-Columbian monumental site of Pachacamac covers an area of almost 600 hectares and is considered to be one of the most important ancient settlements of the Central Andes. This pyramid with ramp #1 was built by the Ychsma culture between 900 and 1470.  *  Seventeen such pyramids have been identified within the complex

Pyramid with Ramp #1 * Pre-Columbian monumental site of Pachacamac covers an area of almost 600 hectares and is considered to be one of the most important ancient settlements of the Central Andes. This pyramid with ramp #1 was built by the Ychsma culture between 900 and 1470. * Seventeen such pyramids have been identified within the complex

Punchao Cancha panorama (Pachacamac)

Punchao Cancha panorama (Pachacamac)

Ayacucho Stoneforest panorama

Ayacucho Stoneforest panorama

Pachacamac  *  The pre-Columbian monumental site of Pachacamac covers an area of almost 600 hectares (1500 acres); it is located on the Pacific coast at the edge of the valley of the Lurín river, about 40 km southeast of Lima. Most of the common buildings and temples were built 800-1450. Archaeologists have identified at least 17 pyramids on the site. Several have been uncovered, but most are lost. It is considered to be one of the most important ancient settlements of the Central Andes.

Pachacamac * The pre-Columbian monumental site of Pachacamac covers an area of almost 600 hectares (1500 acres); it is located on the Pacific coast at the edge of the valley of the Lurín river, about 40 km southeast of Lima. Most of the common buildings and temples were built 800-1450. Archaeologists have identified at least 17 pyramids on the site. Several have been uncovered, but most are lost. It is considered to be one of the most important ancient settlements of the Central Andes.

Pachacamac quipu  *  Pachacamac is an archaeological site near Lima which has a 1500 year history. After being used by the Wari/Huari culture it was expanded by the Inca before falling into disrepair after the conquest.

Pachacamac quipu * Pachacamac is an archaeological site near Lima which has a 1500 year history. After being used by the Wari/Huari culture it was expanded by the Inca before falling into disrepair after the conquest.

LAMBAYEQUE-SICAN - Botella doble cuerpo asa puente cintada silbadora representando fellatio entre hombre y mujer. La mujer está sentada. El hombre tiene turbante y pene desmesurado. Realista. Museo Larco

LAMBAYEQUE-SICAN - Botella doble cuerpo asa puente cintada silbadora representando fellatio entre hombre y mujer. La mujer está sentada. El hombre tiene turbante y pene desmesurado. Realista. Museo Larco

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