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Pachacuti

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The Sanctity of Churches
Cusco was the capital of the Incan Empire from the 13th century under the leader Pachacuti, whose reign ended with Spain's conquest of the city in 1534.
Perspectives On a Dog's Life
The village served as the royal estate of 15th century Incan Emperor Pachacuti and later became the stronghold of Manco Inca Yupanqui, who led the Incas' resistance to Spain's conquest of Peru. Today, visitors can tour the magnificent structures and ...
Peru and Machu Picchu: The Trip of a Lifetime
It was built around 1450 for the Inca emperor Pachacuti. A complex network of stone terraces line the steep mountainside. The terraces were used for agriculture.
ASU Book Group turns the page between students and authors
This month's meeting features "Pachacuti: World Overturned" by College of Letters and Sciences professor, Lori Eshleman. She teaches a variety of subjects at ASU's Polytechnic campus, including medieval art, art of the Americas and even Lord of the Rings.
Top 10 công trình vĩ đại nhất thế giới cổ xưa
Đây là công trình được xây dựng theo lệnh của hoàng đế Inca Pachacuti (1438-1472) để ăn mừng chiến thắng sau khi thu phục được bộ tộc Chancas. Chichen Itza là địa điểm khảo cổ quan trọng của người Maya. Mỗi năm có khoảng 1,2 triệu du khách ghé ...

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