Archaeological site, also called "Forever young" at 2700 meters above sea level in the south-west of Machu Picchu between Putyutamarca and Intipunku. It consists of two buildings, one on top of a staircase one below, where you can see the terraces used for agricultural activities such as corn or wheat. It is a ruin along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu overlooking the Urubamba River. The system also has a religious and residential area. They can be visited on four days, and surely the most remarqubles ruins along the Inca Trail.
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