|PACHACAMAC RUINS Tour
Pachacamac is an impressive Inca sanctuary which is considered, along with Cusco, to be the main place of worship in pre-Hispanic Peru. Pachacamac is a large adobe bricks-constructed Inca structure.
The name Pachacamac is Quechua, and it means "that which gives life to the world", this archaeological site is situated just south of the city of Lima. Pachacamac is best known for its durable regional and pan-Andean religious significance and is often characterized as the preeminent religious center of coastal Peru. The history say that people from all over the coast, even from the highlands came to this place to honor Pachacamac, bringing many presents made of gold and silver, in the hope of being told what the destiny held for them.
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