This is a good excursion from Lima if you have the time and if pre-Columbian history interests you. It also depends on your guide as doing this on your own is probably not a good idea (things are that self explanatory just like anywhere else). This site went through several different cultures/peoples depending on how much you accept these foreign imposed definitions. The last group to take over was the Inca, although it is not quite properly an Inca site in the same way other places are. A lot has been reconstructed, but it is still very much in ruin. The heavy dust gives the place a very old feeling, much different than being in the city. Also, at the top you get a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean.
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