Site being perched above the Sacred Valley of the Incas Pisac and Ollantaytambo after, the most important archaeological sights of the city. His name is Quechua which means "small Cusco". At an altitude of 3,600 m, it received its name in the twentieth century. In the 1500s after the Manco Inca revolution, he took control of Huchuy Quosqo to use the site as a farm. He destroyed the others present structures to build the largest tank installed today. Site inaccessible by public road, only by hiking or on horseback.