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Мачу-Пикчу
Archaeological sites
Ruins
Machu Picchu is sometimes called the "lost Inca city." This city was created as a sacred mountain shelter by the great Inca ruler Pachakutek a century before the conquest of his empire, in about 1440, and functioned until 1532.
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Archaeological sites
Ruins
The Sacsayhuaman Archaeological Complex consists of 33 archaeological sites, the most famous of which is the Sacsayhuaman Fortress. In 1983, Sacsayhuaman, as part of the city of Cuzco, was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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Archaeological sites
Settlements
Arequipa - the second largest city in Peru, it can be called one of the most striking examples of Spanish colonial architecture in all of South America. The historic city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Мачу-Пикчу
Tracks
Inca Trail - it is from the Inca-built roads in the Andes leading to the city of Machu Picchu. The trail runs along the Urubamba River and overcomes several mountain passes.
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Buildings
The Government Palace (Casa de Pissarro) is the headquarters of the executive branch of Peru and the official residence of the President of Peru. The first palace was built in 1535 and was the residence of the governor of New Castile, Francisco Pizarro.
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