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From Pachamama
Tunupa's image in stone near Machu Picchu.
Twilight in the Ancient Capital
open door inca to the world of harmony human and environment
Inca women making bread
Inca woman at her loom
On the Precipice of Machu Picchu
Salt Ponds of Maras, Sacred Valley, Peru
Andean Woman Displays Her Colorfully Dyed Wools
Traditional Incan Textile Dyeing
Traditional Incan Weaving III
Traditional Incan Weaving II
Traditional Incan weaving
Machu Picchu
Woman with mortar and pestle
Local vender
Not so lost llama
A Window to the Past
Legendary colours
El nino en valle de Patacancha
Cuzco skyline
Machu Picchu from above.
Backpackers at Inca Trail
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Traditional Incan Weaving II

Quechua women in Chincerro, Peru, weave traditional alpaca wool textiles at the Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco. Visits to the center and purchases by tourists help to preserve and sustain traditional Cusqueñan textile production, which is in danger of becoming extinct.

TAGS: Inca, Peru, Quechua, Sustainable Travel, Weaving

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 12.2013
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PHOTO LOCATION Chincerro, Peru