Inca architecture

Immerse yourself in the rich history of Inca architecture and explore the awe-inspiring structures that showcase their advanced engineering and artistic prowess. Uncover the secrets of this ancient civilization and be inspired to create your own architectural masterpieces.
Quadcopter Exploring The Island Of The Moon At Lake Titicaca - Hidden Inca Tours Ruins, Archaeology, Tours, Peru, Architecture, Teotihuacan, Archaeological Site, Ancient Civilizations, Inca Architecture

The Island Of The Moon at Lake Titicaca in Bolivia is home to the reconstructed Inca complex of the Virgins Of The Sun who were the highest feminine aspect in Inca society. This was their very special focal point and center. Please enjoy the video below about this very pleasant place that quadcopter Horus recently...

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Inca architecture - The use of dry-stone walls (Ashlar) - Machu Picchu by Jorge Lascar, via Flickr Archaeology, Ancient Architecture, Ancient Ruins, Inca Architecture, South America, Incan Architecture, Stone Wall, Stone Walls, Stone Masonry

The central buildings of Machu Picchu use the classical Inca architectural style of polished dry-stone walls of regular shape. The Incas were masters of this technique, called ashlar, in which blocks of stone are cut to fit together tightly without mortar. The Incas were among the best stone masons the world has seen, and many junctions in the central city are so perfect that it is said not even a knife blade fits between the stones. Terraced Fields of Machu Picchu Some Inca buildings were…

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Inherited from the Wari, the Incas used the “cancha” urban pattern to organise the town of Ollantaytambo. Description from I searched for this on Machu Picchu, Architecture, Peru, Mesoamerican, Inca Architecture, Ancient Buildings, Inca Empire, Ancient Cities, Ancient Civilizations

Much of the ancient layout of Cusco has been lost beneath its more recent colonial buildings. Just a few of the narrow streets with central drainage channels remain and almost nothing can be seen of the city layout known as the chanchas. That was, until now.