submitted by LWhitting 367 days ago (via macawadventure.com)
The Inca Trail to Machupicchu ... there is only one Inca Trail, the one that is connecting to Machupicchu the Inca`s Royal Sacred Highway The Capac Ñan (in Quechua the road of the Inca king) or Inca Trail is the name given to the extensive trail system of 25 to 30 thousand kilometers linked and connected to the main axis of the road network Tahuantinsuyo the Inca Empire. All roads of the empire were linked to Cusco, the imperial capital, from which emerge a series of roads connecting the various peoples of the Inca Empire. During the Inca Empire was a means of integration for the Inca imperial expansion in the political-administrative, socio-economic, social, cultural and environmental.
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