Huaca of Pampagrande, rear
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Huaca of Pampagrande, rear

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Huaca Pampagrande is a major archaeological attraction because of the formattive period data (before they formed the pre-Inca cultures). Today attracts every visitor because its elevation makes it a natural viewpoint. Just at the back of it goes into the position to enjoy the scenery of the valley beneath. The nasty part of the landscape is the foreground: a retaining wall that is used for a long time as a garbage dump.

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