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near Motupe, Peru

Apurlec Archaeological Site

Adobe pyramids, civic squares, residential blocks, ceremonial fora, and planting fields were left behind in Apurlec, one of the largest pre-Columbian settlements in the Americas.
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Lima, Peru

Cajamarquilla Archaeological Site

A large urban center on the outskirts of Lima, Cajamarquilla was first settled by the Huari, whose culture flourished along the Peruvian coast ca. a.d. 400-600. .
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Supe Valley, Barranca Province, Peru

Caral Archaeological Site

Established at a time of dramatic cultural development in the Andes, the ancient site Caral, 182 kilometers north of Lima, has been hailed as the oldest city in the Americas.
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Amazonas, Peru

Kuelap Fortress

Kuelap, one of the largest ancient monuments of the Americas, was a fortified citadel in northern Peru on the slopes of the Andes.
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Yauyos, Peru

Laraos Terraces

The andenería, or terraced landscape of Laraos, is believed to date to the pre-Inca period and is a defining feature of the steep slopes of the Peruvian Andes.
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Rio Abiseo National Park, Peru

Los Pinchudos Archaeological Site

Among rock shelters, ceremonial structures, houses, terraces, and funerary chambers is the cemetery of Los Pinchudos, a key feature of the National Park of Río Abiseo.
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Guadalupe, Peru

Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery

The early 17th-century Augustinian complex of Our Lady of Guadalupe was built over the ruins of the native sanctuary of Pakatnamú as a statement of Christianity over indigenous religion.
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Cajamarca, Peru

Ransom Room

When the Spanish conquistador Pizarro began his pillaging of Peru in 1533, he seized the Inca emperor Atahualpa and held him prisoner in what has come to be known as the Ransom Room.
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Santo Tomas de Quillay, Peru

Revash Funerary Complex

Used as a sacred burial ground by the Chachapoya, the Revash site is composed of a series of chullpas, or stone tomb chambers, nestled in the limestone cliffs overlooking the Utcubamba River.
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Mórrope, Peru

San Pedro de Mórrope Chapel

The chapel of San Pedro de Mórrope was constructed in the 16th century during the Colonial period in Peru in an effort to convert the indigenous Mochica people to Christianity.
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Angono, Rizal, Philippines

Angono Petroglyphs

Discovered in 1965, the Angono Petroglyphs are believed to be the oldest known artworks in the Philippines.