Pisac Archeological siteNovember 10, 2017 in Peru ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C
The Pisac town from the Inca times was a place where about 700 people used to stay. The town was split into 4 parts. The entrance part was a section for the sentries to guard the entry level and exit to the town.
The 2nd section was a place of many concentric rings in terraces, much like at Moray. Similar to Moray, this place was for experimentation with crops. The temperature at the lower rings was much higher than towards the top so the Incas were able to grow different crops for different altitudes and temperatures.
Jist above the terraced rings was the place for the royalty. There were stone buildings for them to stay in.Read more