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Terraço em Ollantaytambo - Vale Sagrado Dos Incas - Peru

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Palavras-chave: ollantayntambo, peru, incas, vale sagrado

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É um dos mais importantes sítios arqueológicos do Peru. Está situado no distrito de mesmo nome a nordeste da cidade de Cusco, via Chinchero e Pisaq.

Se encontra numa altitude de 2792 m.

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A: Ollantaytambo - Vale Sagrado dos Incas - Peru

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B: Ollantaytambo Panorama

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C: Ollantaytambo

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

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E: Ollantaytambo

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F: Ollantaytambo, in the ruins themselves

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G: Do Alto de Ollantaytambo - Vale Sagrado Dos Incas - Peru

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H: Monumento Megalítico (Templo do Sol) em Ollantaytambo - Peru

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

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J: The courtyard in our hostal in Ollantaytambo

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