Thank you for helping us by reporting bad content.
Ok, i consider this my number 3, on my list of laces to visit.
Well, first i wanna go to Marraquexe and then Singapore... and this "little" wonder I wanna go neeeeext!!!
Can you imagine how did this people built this structures?
How did they even move the rocks?
Machu Picchu it`s in Peru, and means Old Peak, is one of the most enigmatic ancient sites in the world. According to legend, Machu Picchu was long ago considered to be a sacred place. The credit for the creation of the extraordinary city goes to the Inca people who have erected many stone structures and turned the place into a work of art.
Two thousand feet above the Urubamba river, these ruins consist of baths, temples, palaces, and about 150 houses, all very well preserved. These gray granite structures, some of which weigh more than 50 tons, are so perfectly sculpted that they are nothing less than works of architectural genius. They were rediscovered by a Yale archaeologist in 1911.
The ethereal beauty, workmanship, and history of the place are amazing... don`t you think?