Machu Picchu 101 | National Geographic


Machu Picchu is a testament to the power and ingenuity of the Inca empire. Built without the use of mortar, metal tools, or the wheel, Machu Picchu stands as an archaeological wonder of the ancient world. But why was it built—and deserted?
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Date: May 28, 2020

21 thoughts on “Machu Picchu 101 | National Geographic

  1. Are you guys slow, she says “they (they being the INCA people) did not have tools” then right after she says “the stones are cut to perfection…”

  2. Imagine one square meter of grass. Only one person is allowed to walk on that. But because of equal rights every person claims the right to walk on it. So it is completely destroyed. Many workers cannot stand that only few enjoy and they cannot. Equality or else complete destruction. And so all are doomed because of equal rights.

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