Less than one hour by bus- northwestern Cusco- lies the valley
of the Urubamba River. It’s easy to see why the valley was
considered sacred by the Inkas with its spectacular landscapes
and fertile alluvial low lands. The Urubamba Valley, is one of
the most fertile valleys in Peru, everything  planted here grows
with such abnormal vigor – especially corn. The corn here
grows approximately three times more the size of  a U.S. corn
or from those of other parts of the world. This valley is located
in both sides of the river Vilcanota and their tributaries. The
Inkas gave life to the stone and they built urban centres,
palaces, temples, agricultural constructions, and trails.

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