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Wakas or huacas are places that the Incas had where worship was made. Cusco had 328 wakas in the city and this means a highly religious center where places served as a conexion with the heavens or the divine. Many of them are inside the modern city and we suggest a visit to three of them: Titiqaqa, Lucrepata, and Sapantiana are named because they can be reached easily with a comfortable hike. Among the visitors we find a growing number of believers that express desire to pray in places that served for that purpose in ancient times. These are not the only available wakas but they are pointed out because some like the first (Titiqaqa) is a large stone which is worshipped to this day and receives flowers constantly. The visit will take one hour or the whole morning depending on the visitors desires but they could be an adequate introduction to the sacred buildings of present day Cusco. Let us add that the 328 wakas, many were large stones (95 of them) and those mentioned are easy to reach but many other are buried or found in the present day catholic churches or have been lost in time but they were used as open temples where simple water ways or large rocks were used for prayers comparable to Stonehenge in southern England.
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Tour Huacas & Inca Ruins Adfventure Tour Huacas & Inca Ruins Wakas or huacas are places that the Incas had where worship was made. Cusco had 328 wakas in the city and this means a highly religious center where places served as a conexion with the heavens or the divine. Many of them are inside the modern city and we suggest a visit to three of them: Titiqaqa, Lucrepata, and Sapantiana are named because they can be reached easily with a comfortable hike. Among the visitors we find a growing number of believers that express desire to pray in places that served for that purpose in ancient times. These are not the only available wakas but they are pointed out because some like the first (Titiqaqa) is a large stone which is worshipped to this day and receives flowers constantly. The visit will take one hour or the whole morning depending on the visitors desires but they could be an adequate introduction to the sacred buildings of present day Cusco. Let us add that the 328 wakas, many were large stones (95 of them) and those mentioned are easy to reach but many other are buried or found in the present day catholic churches or have been lost in time but they were used as open temples where simple water ways or large rocks were used for prayers comparable to Stonehenge in southern England.
Main Office: Meloc Street #445 Historical Center Cusco - Peru
Telephones: +51 84.254225 +51 984308834
cuscowonderstravel@hotmail.com reservascuscowonderstravel@hotmail.com info@cuscowonderstravel.com
Tour Huacas & Inca Ruins Adfventure Tour Huacas & Inca Ruins
Wakas or huacas are places that the Incas had where worship was made. Cusco had 328 wakas in the city and this means a highly religious center where places served as a conexion with the heavens or the divine. Many of them are inside the modern city and we suggest a visit to three of them: Titiqaqa, Lucrepata, and Sapantiana are named because they can be reached easily with a comfortable hike. Among the visitors we find a growing number of believers that express desire to pray in places that served for that purpose in ancient times. These are not the only available wakas but they are pointed out because some like the first (Titiqaqa) is a large stone which is worshipped to this day and receives flowers constantly. The visit will take one hour or the whole morning depending on the visitors desires but they could be an adequate introduction to the sacred buildings of present day Cusco. Let us add that the 328 wakas, many were large stones (95 of them) and those mentioned are easy to reach but many other are buried or found in the present day catholic churches or have been lost in time but they were used as open temples where simple water ways or large rocks were used for prayers comparable to Stonehenge in southern England.
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Tour Huacas & Inca Ruins Adfventure Tour Huacas & Inca Ruins Wakas or huacas are places that the Incas had where worship was made. Cusco had 328 wakas in the city and this means a highly religious center where places served as a conexion with the heavens or the divine. Many of them are inside the modern city and we suggest a visit to three of them: Titiqaqa, Lucrepata, and Sapantiana are named because they can be reached easily with a comfortable hike. Among the visitors we find a growing number of believers that express desire to pray in places that served for that purpose in ancient times. These are not the only available wakas but they are pointed out because some like the first (Titiqaqa) is a large stone which is worshipped to this day and receives flowers constantly. The visit will take one hour or the whole morning depending on the visitors desires but they could be an adequate introduction to the sacred buildings of present day Cusco. Let us add that the 328 wakas, many were large stones (95 of them) and those mentioned are easy to reach but many other are buried or found in the present day catholic churches or have been lost in time but they were used as open temples where simple water ways or large rocks were used for prayers comparable to Stonehenge in southern England.
Main Office: Meloc Street #445 Historical Center Cusco - Peru