These archaeological remains are located to the southeast of the Vischongo district at an altitude of 3126 meters above sea level. The geographical context of the site is in the surroundings of Pomacocha Lagoon, over an area of around 3000m2. The complex was considered a residential zone and a retreat for the Inca elite. The site is made up of a series of buildings. Among others you’ll find a palace, a tower, and the baths of the Inca, featuring a carved stone with 13 angles.