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History of Choquequirao

History of Choquequirao

The pre-hispanic history of Choquequirao is still unknown, as indicated by the young French historian E. Duffait in his recent doctorate thesis. We know that the conquistador...

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How to Get to Choquequirao

How to Get to Choquequirao

How to Get to Choquequirao, to begin the trek to Choquequirao, the last refuge of the Inca, we leave early in the morning in a private transport...

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Tourist Attractions of Choquequirao

Tourist Attractions of Choquequirao

The principal Tourist Attractions of Choquequirao also appear to have had a symbolic purpose of a similar nature as almost all are facing towards sacred mountains. Ushnu...

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Inca Astronomy and Choquequirao

Inca Astronomy and Choquequirao

Inca Astronomy and Choquequirao, Due to its particular location, on a leveled-off mountain and with totally clear skies, the Ushnu of Choquequirao was highly appropriate for the...

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Choquequirao Trek Information

Choquequirao Trek Information

The trek to Choquequirao is one of the most challenging in Cusco, for which reason we have put all the necessary information at your disposal here (choquequirao...

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Choquequirao Cable Car

Choquequirao Cable Car

Choquequirao cable car is a project which aims to bring a new access route to the Inca city of Choquequirao. To that end the project will unite...

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The Apurimac Canyon

The Apurimac Canyon

The Apurimac canyon is 166km from Cusco, around three hours and thirty minutes by car, and one of the deepest in Peru, possibly the world. It is...

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History of Choquequirao

History of Choquequirao

Choquequirao and Machupicchu were personal royal residences of the Inca Tupac Yupanqui, which represented his power and acquired all their symbolic significance and importance after the death of the sovereign.

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Choquequirao Cable Car

Choquequirao Cable Car

Is a project which aims to bring a new access route to the Inca city of Choquequirao. To that end the project will unite two regions along the canyon, from the village of Kiuñalla, located in the Huanipaca district and that of Yanama in the district of Santa Teresa.

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The Apurimac Canyon

The Apurimac Canyon

The Apurimac canyon is 166km from Cusco, around three hours and thirty minutes by car, and one of the deepest in Peru, possibly the world. It is the natural boundary between the Apurimac and Cusco regions.

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