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Taken: Cuzco, Peru @ March 6, 2006
Sacsayhuaman was the Temple of the Sun, the most important temple dedicated to the Andean Cosmology and their God. It's located just outside of Cuzco. The Cristo Blanco (White Christ) next to Sacsayhuaman was a gift from the Palestine Arabs to the people of Cuzco. On a side note, our tour guide called Sacsayhuaman "Sexy Women" to help us remember the complicated Andean name. This girl happened to lie down at the right place for me to capture. :)
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