Sunday, March 7, 2010

Yucay Valley, 1921

An archeologist and his local assistant survey the ruins of Pisac at the head of the Yucay Valley in Peru, circa 1921. The massive Machu Picchu complex is located a short distance away down the Urubamba Ravine.

Two descendants of the Incas stand upon the ruins of the Intihuatana, a temple building at the edge of Pisac.

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