"High mountains, ancient walls and nice llamas" Ingapirca by Strannik

Ingapirca Travel Guide: 12 reviews and 109 photos

Ingapirca, meaning "The wall of Inca", is an archeological place where original Cañari and foreigner Inca cultures met, mixed and created an important group of buildings rich in symbols. Most of it was destroyed but the remainings give you a good idea of what it was like.

The photo is kind of dark and not very clear, so you will have to trust me that those 4-legged guys are real llamas, a hairy cousin of camels. You can find clothes made of their wool but if you want even finer, get the ones made of alpaca wool

  • Last visit to Ingapirca: May 2004
  • Intro Updated Feb 19, 2005
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“Sueño en viajar... y viajo para seguir soñando (I dream of travelling... and travel to keep on dreaming)”

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