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  • Carved by the Urubamba River, a huge Valley stretches out in the middle of the Peruvian highlands, in the Andes. Over the ages inhabited by huge empires and greedy invaders, the mysticism of the Cusco Region still manages to grasp many tourists. As the mind-blowing home to the Inca civilization, the Cusco Region is high on the list of many travelers and backpackers. Not only because of the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu. Incredible panoramic sceneries and tons of ancient Inca sites and ruins. Add to this the spiritual retreat centers and rural jungle and mountain farmers. It is no wonder so many different types of travelers find their way to Cusco. Discover here what all the hype is about.

    When first discovered, archeologists thought that the ruins of Maras Moray served the purpose of theater. Understandably, the round multi-leveled structures look a lot like amphitheaters indeed. After some more research, the ruins were thought to be a zone of experimental farming. An ancient laboratory in the middle of the Sacred Valley. The way it is built and shaped, the levels and its position towards the sun and wind are very specific. This gives each level of the terraces has its own microclimate. Moreover, despite being built in a zone prone to flood, the terraces don´t. To top all that, it was also discovered that the soil comes from different Peruvian regions.

    This huge site and its open landscape invite many travelers to enjoy the views in silence and introspect. Since it is very close to the salt flats of Maras you may easily make a full day combining with Maras Moray on your Peruvian itinerary.

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