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Templo del Sol
Peru

The archaeological site of Pachacamac, Peru was a major religious center located in the Lurin Valley in the Andes Mountains about 25 miles from Lima.

Copyright: John Sanchez
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Tags: pachacamac; archaeologist; lima; prehispanic; tourism; lurin; peru
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