Thank goodness the Spanish never found this sanctuary that honors the rain and thunder.The Incan culture were amazing architects and builders of there temples. Using the rock formations as part of the structures was necessary and pure genius.
If you desire to learn a bit of the Incan culture and the many niches they built in which to honor nature, it's worthwhile hiring a guide. We had a Quechuan guide who began our tour with a tossing of cocoa leaves to honor the new day(sun). There are other structures that honor rain, the beautiful condor and don't forget to locate the sundial. A real treat is seeing llamas feast on the grass.
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