Inca road discovered in Peru

Published on July 13th, 2009 | by Admin

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A previously unknown Inca road leading to Machu Picchu has been found in Peru.

The Inca road is made of stone masonry approximately 1 meter (3 1/4 feet) wide, with sustaining walls along the way rising some 4 to 5 meters (13 to 16 feet) high, according to a communique from the Project Ukhupacha.

Several stretches of the road have collapsed that began at what is now the Wuarqtambo archaeological premises, went up Machu Picchu mountain and then came down from the citadel.

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One Response to Inca road discovered in Peru

  1. Kamela says:

    Interesting.

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