Tag: Peru

  • Sacsayhuaman


    To some, the Sacsayhuaman may seem like a formation of large rocks. However, the stones are the largest used, during prehistoric America, 25-350 ton stones. The craftsmanship and precision used to fit every stone alongside another without even the space to fit something as minuscule as an index card in between, takes skill and wisdom. […]

  • Machu Picchu

    Machu Picchu

    I have a huge chip on my shoulder after learning that the discovery of the Peruvian Historical Sanctuary is another false tale just as the story of Christopher Columbus’ discovery of America. Peru is known for its corn crops; they produce over fifty-five different types. Over a century ago the Peruvian Historical Sanctuary, we now […]