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All reviews pre inca inca fortress interesting ruins botanic gardens small town machu picchu ancient village well worth the visit nice walk pre hispanic couple of hours late afternoon take your time reconstruction site cactus hill
A true and real historic and ancient place, but reconstructed in a way that you will shake your head. If it would have been done today archeologists would do it pretty differently. But anyhow it is a place to visit and the view on the...More
This is one of the places where ancient cultures of the Montes Andinos remain. It is an espectacular place, surrounded by a dessert of impressive cactus and most importantly, a place to meet with a part of History.
This is not an authentic, historic site. The archeologists and architects recreated a village, and unfortunately added a non-Inca pyramid at the top of the site. All of that said, it is worth your time to understand what life may have looked like in the...More
The Pucará de Tilcara was a pre-Inca fortification or Pucará located on a hill just outside the small town of Tilcara, in the northwest Argentine province of Jujuy. The location was strategically chosen to be easily defensible and to provide good views over a long...More
This ancient fort overlooks the entire canyon. The early houses were reconstructed by the early archaeologists without regard for authenticity. But, forgetting the mistakes of those early scientists, it is a very interesting and well presented attraction, well worth the visit. Take the time to...More
This is being marketed as pre-Incan ruins but all it is a reconstruction. The insulting part is that they reconstructed the place without regard to what it was or would have been in the Incan times. They did not use the right materials, they had...More
This a pre-Incan site that sits on a sloping hill that drops off into a stream. It was a fortress as well as a city. Early archeologists reconstructed some buildings in various parts of the site but they didn't follow historical building methods and so...More