Templo do Sol

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Euplio Archeo on February 7, 2009

WWWOOOOOOOWWWWWWWW!!!!!

Beatriz Barreto Tane… on February 7, 2009

Obrigada, Io'.

Euplio Archeo on February 7, 2009

;)

Beatriz Barreto Tane… on February 7, 2009

O local mais importante de Machu Picchu era o Templo do Sol. Originalmente muito bem protegido pelos incas, ele só podia ser visitados pelos sacerdotes e escolhidos. A entrada no Templo do Sol é feita através de duas enormes batentes. No interior, a sua fachada mostra o seu sistema de segurança, com um grande arco de metal que era utilizado para fechar a porta de madeira, além de duas estacas que ajudavam no processo de proteção do templo.

Euplio Archeo on February 7, 2009

Muito interesante, Beatriz, e muito obrigado pela informações

Saudações, Io'

Beatriz Barreto Tane… on February 7, 2009

Foi um prazer, Io'.

Euplio Archeo on February 7, 2009

;)

sonjamar on May 10, 2009

Great!!!

Beatriz Barreto Tane… on May 10, 2009

The most important site of Machu Picchu Temple of the Sun was originally very well protected by the Incas, it could only be visited by priests and chosen. The entry in the Temple of the Sun is made by two huge stops. Inside, its facade shows its security system with a large range of metal that was used to close the door of wood, and two cuttings that helped in the process of protecting the temple.

Thanks, Sonja.

jagafoto on January 31, 2010

Very interesting!

Beatriz Barreto Tane… on July 4, 2010

Yes, Jagafoto. Thanks and hug from Brazil.

John de Crom on December 3, 2010

Very beautiful and good picture LIKE Beatriz. Greetings from Holland John.

Beatriz Barreto Tane… on December 4, 2010

:-)))))))) Thanks John.

ELMUNT on February 14, 2013

Amazing. Beautiful photo! Like!. Best regards, ELMUNT

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Photo taken in Santuario Historico Machu Picchu, Sendero a Huayna Picchu, Peru

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  • Uploaded on September 22, 2007
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    by Beatriz Barreto Tane…
    • Camera: NORITSU KOKI QSS-29_31

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