Incan Ruins

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Pachacamac is an active archaeological site 40 kilometres (25 mi) southeast of Lima, Peru in the Valley of the Lurín River. The site was first settled around A.D. 200 and was named after the “Earth Maker” creator god Pacha Kamaq. I visited it on a bus tour of Lima and surrounding area in the final day of my trip to Peru. Sitting where the Incan priests reportedly sat on top of the Temple of the Sun for ceremonies as well as to watch the rising sun, I was awed by the mastery of architecture the builders had over a 1,000 years ago.

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  • In 16×20 white acid-free mat with backing board
  • Signed on lower right corner of matboard
  • Final cropping and coloration may be slightly different from image.
  • Printed on archival quality paper.




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