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"Baño de la Ñusta", pass your hand over the white line and the water pressure changes Photo by Atenas Román

Border-line Illusions Part 3 - Ollantaytambo -Temple of the Sun.

As you walk through the lower area of the ruins, you see the royal bathing area. It was filled with amazing stone water-works. You can see the water temple as well.

Incan Stone Work. No Mortar. No "Knifable" Clefts. Every Stone Cut Differently.

Aramu Muru /Valley of the Spirits Peru- they say people disappeared behind these walls.

Wall in Peru started by ancient civilization then fixed by Incan. Quality of work is much worse. And then later finished by Spaniards which doesn't even compare to the megalithic builders.

Private Tour: Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Amaru Community Visit This private tour will give you a chance to visit the local Andean community of Amaru and learn about their traditional way of life, try a variety of potatoes and see their beautiful textile work. You will also visit the impressive ruins in Pisac and shop at the market. Finally, visit Ollantaytambo, a town where times seems to stand still. Here, you will visit the town and local houses and even have a chance to climb...

Fortaleza de Ollantaytambo Cusco, Perú Photo by Atenas Román

The Mysterious Angled Step carvings of the Inca regions. (South America) What were they? How did they manage to achieve these types of cuts and more to the point - WHY!? Such difficult stone working techniques, yet it seems these unknown master stone masons displayed such skills and advanced techniques, it was like they simply played tiddly-winks with the stones and our minds! Please share your thoughts and ideas on both - their function and how they carved it.

Bread vendor, Ollantaytambo, Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru #Expo2015 #Milan #WorldsFair

"color in every way II" Photo by Atenas Román