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Near Iglesia Irca, archaeologycal site - Jimbe Peru
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At 3150 m altitude, in an outstanding top surrounded by abysses, former jimbians built a remarkable building stone and pachillaje. The main building is 40 m side. Adjacent thereto, a platform of the same size. To reach this magnificent hill you have to cross a narrow ridge of 300 m in length. Water sources were at 600 m below the top; surprised by both the appreciation that took its inhabitants for this place. The numerous tombs found in the domestic zone made ​​glimpse that was occupied it for several generations, but has not so far received any visit by professional archaeologists.

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Tags: jimbe; ancash; peru; archaeologyc; black mountain; andes; andean; cosma; preinca
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