Stone steps carved by Inca craftsmen
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- Massive walls of Sacsayhuaman
- Massive walls of Sacsayhuaman a fortress just above the Inca capital
- Massive walls of Sacsayhuaman overlooking Cusco.
- Sacsayhuaman fortress above Cusco is one of the most impressive of all the Inca ruins. The trapezoidal door is classic Inca architecture,built to withstand earthquakes unlike the Spanish arches which frequently tumble down.
- Terraces at Ollantaytambo
- Precise Inca stonework at Ollantaytambo.
- Temple of Ten Niches shows precise Inca stonework at Ollantamytambo.
- Inca stonework at Ollantaytambo
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- Terraces of Ollantaytambo.
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- Peru. The fascinating, deep amphitheatre-like terracing at Moray was built by the Incas around 1400. It is believed to have been used as an experimental agricultural site because each layer of concentric terraces has its own microclimate.