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Iglesia Irca, archaeologycal site near Jimbe, 3150 m
Peru

In a top privileged, altitude 3150 m, is located this important pre-Inca construction, which is distinguished from the town Jimbe (1200 m altitude). The central building is square, 40 m side, from which extends a similar size esplanade. On the sides of the set underlying multiple platforms or platforms. Following these deep chasms practically fall all around, which configures a strategic viewpoint.

Copyright: Edmundo paz torres
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9568x4784
Hochgeladen: 16/05/2013
Aktualisiert: 04/08/2014
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Tags: jimbe; ancash; peru; archaeologyc; black mountain; andes; andean; cosma; preinca
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