Saywite Monolith

Considered a religious center for a water cult, the complex covers an area of 60 hectares divided into six sectors. Sector 1, the principal monolith, is the main draw. The Monolith of Saywite is a roughly circular block 2.5 meters high and 11 meters in circumference that features more than 200 animal figures and geometric shapes carved in high relief. Read more…

Sondor Archaeological Complex

Belonging to the Huari Culture (600-900 AD), and later occupied by the Inca, the Sondor complex was founded in the environs of Lake Pacucha at an altitude of 3200 meters above sea level. The site consists of a range of pyramid shaped mounds, which could have been combined to act as a fort. Read more…

Curamba Archaeological Complex

Curamba consists of various architectural structures in roughly rectangular shapes that jut out of the ground in the middle of the modern town of Ushno. Read more…