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Princess Baths at Ollantaytambo, an Inca Empire town in Peru. Ollantaytambo is a town on the way to Machu Picchu. It has Inca Ruins such as this.

Princess Baths at Ollantaytambo, an Inca Empire town in Peru. Ollantaytambo is a town and archaeological site on the way to Machu Picchu. It has Inca Ruins such as this.

Chan Chan ruins, Peru. The largest Pre-Columbian city in South America. Chan Chan was built around AD 850.

The largest Pre-Columbian city in South America. The adobe city was built around AD 850 and lasted until its conquest by the Inca Empire in AD It was the imperial capital where people lived.

Cusco, Peru. Cusco was the site of the historic capital of the Inca Empire and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1983 by UNESCO. It is a major tourist destination and receives almost 2 million visitors a year. It is designated as the Historical Capital of Peru by the Constitution of Peru. (V)

An interesting photo to take a look at vertical farm it accomplished in Cusco, Peru, the site of the historic capital of the Inca Empire.

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Tunic, from Peru, Inca, 1500. Re-pinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk on "Inca & Pre-Inca Textiles." Because the Inca empire was centered in the high mountains, relatively few great textiles from this period have survived. This rare and exquisite woven tunic shows small "symbols" which are studied with great interest. Do they represent Chiefs' tunics of captured or "controlled" other cultures?

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(P) The curacas were the local rulers of the four provinces of the Inca Empire. The curaca were exempt from giving tribute and would receive labor and produce from their subjects.

The curacas were the local rulers of the four provinces of the Inca Empire. The curaca were exempt from giving tribute and would receive labor and produce from their subjects.

Free An inca noble in front of a Tawantinsuyu map, the Inca Empire in its maximum expansion. The incas expanded their empire over territories of Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia and Ecuador coloring and printable page.

Noble inca and map of Tawantinsuyu coloring page printable game

Cusco, Peru............... by Sergio Pessolano, via Flickr

Man in ceremonial headdress, Inti Raymi Festival, Cusco, Peru. The Inti Raymi (Festival of the Sun) is an annual re-creation of a religious ceremony of the Inca Empire in honor of the god Inti, one of the most venerated deities in Inca religion.

Inca miniature gold llama from Peru, about AD 1500.

Miniature gold llama figurine Peru, Inca, about AD 1500 Andean peoples have a long tradition of beliefs relating to an ideal but invisible world that can be represented by miniature objects.

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