Studies show that the idol was in fact created by the pre-Inca culture Wari, prior to the arrival of the Inca empire to Pachacamac.
Dezeen, one of the most highly regarded voices in design, has named a wooden pavilion in Peru’s desert as the architecture project of the year.
The legendary Qhapaq Ñan, the Inca Trail, stretched across much of South America. Here are several great sights along the…
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A group of architecture students from Lima and Zurich built a woven canopy with bamboo cane walls as a workplace for archaeologists who work on a dig site in Pachacamac.
Pachacamac, Nazca Lines, Excavations, and Ancient Histories: Interview with an Important Archaeologist in Peru
Italian Archaeologist and architect Guiseppe Orefici is the director of investigation at the Antonini museum and responsible for the ongoing…
The month of April is an important one for horse breeding in Peru, especially in Lima, as the archeological site…