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Quenco, an archeological site in the Sacred Valley

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Quenco, an archeological site in the Sacred Valley
Quenco is an archeological site in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, nearby Cusco. The rock formation is considered the largest ‘huaca’ (holy place in the Andean culture) of the Cusco region. In Quechua this place is called Q'inqu, which means "zig-zag".
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