Koricancha” Temple (golden enclosure), current Santo Domingo Convent, place that has in its interior one of the most important Religious Center of the Inca time.
Sacsayhuamán (puma’s head), majestic place with impressive works in stone, being the most weighed of 120 tons. These stones were transported by Inca workers from remote quarries Q’enqo (Labyrinth) religious center dedicated to the worship to the Earth and, according to some theories, to funeral rituals.
Puca Pucara (reddish Place) that was in use as military and control center and as a site of mandatory stop for all the travelers of the Inca epoch.
Our last destination, located at only 100 mts. of Puca Pucara, it is Tambomachay.
Tambomachay (Temple of the Water) was used as a center of adoration and worship to the water.