The Department of Tourism and Culture reported that the goal is to generate greater interest in the Peruvian Andean culture and vast history, explained Andina, adding that the first delegations began to leave for these visits last Friday, April 27, and will be doing so until May 11.
The start of the circuit will be by the Qhapaq Ñan Ccorca from 8:00 am until noon, and the group will leave from the commune of Cusco and arrive at the district of Ccorca, which is known to be as the place where the first human settlements occurred.
Other interesting touristic stops are the first manifestations of typography, cave paintings, discovered by Luis Barreda Murillo, and archaeological remains that are possibly 4,000 years old.
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