Ollantaytambo, in the ruins themselves
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Panoramabillede af Joe Griffin EXPERT Taget 22:46, 08/04/2012 - Views loading...


Ollantaytambo, in the ruins themselves

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This was taken from within the Ollantaytambo ruins overlooking the modern town.  These were some of the more impressive ruins we saw with some truly immense stones.

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Af Sidnei José Romano, 40 meter væk

B: Ollantaytambo

Af Rolf Ris, 50 meter væk


C: Ollantaytambo. On the terraces, in the ruins, overlooking the town!

Af Joe Griffin, 100 meter væk

Ignoring a couple of problems with the surrounding mountains, I particularly like the view from this ...

Ollantaytambo. On the terraces, in the ruins, overlooking the town!


Af Sidnei José Romano, 140 meter væk

É um dos mais importantes sítios arqueológicos do Peru. Está situado no distrito de mesmo nome a nord...

E: Ollantaytambo Panorama

Af Phillip Simpson, 140 meter væk

Ollantaytambo is one of many old Inca cities within a bus trip from Cusco. Due to the length of time ...

Ollantaytambo Panorama

F: Ollantaytambo - Sacred Valley - Peru

Af Sidnei José Romano, 150 meter væk

Ollantaytambo - Sacred Valley - Peru

G: Ollantaytambo

Af David Mendoza, 170 meter væk



Af Sidnei José Romano, 260 meter væk

I: Ollantaytambo: View of the ruins from near the museum

Af Joe Griffin, 430 meter væk

I liked this view of the ruins because it captures nicely the overlay of modern Ollantaytambo on the ...

Ollantaytambo: View of the ruins from near the museum

J: The courtyard in our hostal in Ollantaytambo

Af Joe Griffin, 520 meter væk

This is the courtyard of our hostal in Ollantaytambo.  From here one can see ruins on the surrounding...

The courtyard in our hostal in Ollantaytambo

Dette panorama blev taget i Peru, South America

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Text by Steve Smith.

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