Apukunaq Tianan (the Gods’ house, in the ancient inca’s language). It is a group of giant sculptures carved in calcic rock, an interesting place recomended for art lovers. “The Abode of the Gods” was created to reassess the identity of the Andean culture by the Artist and Sculptor Michael Monteagudo. We invite you to visit this beautiful place with us.
The trip start picking-you-up from your accommodation. Then we will ride to the north-side, towards the town of Sencca, located about 13 kilometers from the city. It takes approximately thirty minutes to arrive there with our transport. From this part we will have a panoramic view of the sculptures.
After walking for about five minutes we will be at the foot of the huge and impressive sculptures that represent in an current way the Andean gods in the Andean Culture, as: The mural of the Andean worldview, The “Pachamama” or “Mother Earth”, The God Wiracocha creator of all that exists in the Andean world, The Inti portal, The Puma, and others.
You will have the opportunity to interact with all the sculptures, Learn more about the myths and legends of the Andean culture. We will finish the visit at the viewpoint located above the sculpture of the Pachamama, where you will have a panoramic and beautiful view of the city of Cusco and the mountains that surround it
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