Ingapirca Inca Ruins
Ingapirca Inca Ruins with the Temple of the Sun in the backround are the largest known Inca ruins in Ecuador
Remnants of the circular storage silos of the Canari at the Ingapirca Inca Ruins
Ingapirca Inca Ruins are the largest known Inca ruins in Ecuador
Inca Ruins at Ingapirca
The Canari had a sophisticated calendar system, based on the reflections of the moon in holes they had carved into rocks, placed under specific angles to catch the moon reflections for each moon-month of the year.
Carved stone with holes, whiich is believed to have been used as part of an astromoical observation tool by the Canari.
Ingapirca Inca Ruins, Ecuador
Lintels and stone blocks. A collection of carved Inca stones that had been used in the various buildings on the site.
Nice and accurate Inca craftsmanship visible at the rounded wall of the Temple of the Sun at Ingapirca, Ecuador
Temple of the Sun at Ingapirca
Temple of the Sun, also known as The Castle, at the Inca ruins of Ingapirca, Cañar Province, Ecuador
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