Tambomachay

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Small waterfalls continue to tumble down among the remains of Tombomachay, rising from a spring that was formerly canalised by the Incas. Was it a leisure centre or sacred site? While the experts disagree, the Bath of the Inca, as it is often called, cannot fail but strike the visitor as a site worthy of an emperor. Extremely pleasant in the heart of the countryside.

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