Old Peak (Mean English, Spanish, and Ketchuish: Machu Picchu) is a H15 Inkish highborough on a barrowreach 7,970 feet above seatier. It is found in the Cusco landship in Peru, over the Hallowed Dale through which the Urubamba Ea flows. Delvelorers believe that Old Peak was built as a landgood for the Inca Highking Pachacuti. It is the most well known token of the Inca Beshaving, built in about 1450 but forsaken a yearhundred later at the time of the Spanish Overtaking. Its three main buildings are the Intihuatana, the Algh of the Sun and the Room of the Three Windows

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