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Is Mysterious Machu Picchu Ancient Tampu-Tocco?
Machu Picchu, mistakenly referred to as the “Lost City of the Incas,” rides a luxuriant green saddle between two sky-piercing peaks, Machu Picchu (Great Peak) and Huayna Picchu (Lesser Peak). The fascinating ruins offer breathtaking natural beauty and otherworldly mystery. Read More >









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