Situated 8 km/4 miles northwestern  Cusco (25 minutes by car).
Tambomachay might have fulfilled an important altar function
linked to water and the regeneration of the land and closely
linked with Puka Pukara. The area covers about one hectare,
and was made out of polygonal shaped set limestone.

Camelids such as llamas, vicuñas, and alpacas are to be seen
there in their native environment. They also demonstrate how
to make clothing from the wool fibers of the animals. In addition,
you can see native flowers and some Inkan built agricultural

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