Moray, Maras

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MARAS | Moray is an Inca ruin in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 3,500 metres (11,500 ft) above sea level. Located near the town of Maras, Moray consists of several circular depressed terraces. The exact purpose of these terraces is unknown, but it is believed that they were used for agriculture, given the presence of an irrigation system.

As with all of the Inca sites in the Sacred Valley, the views here are spectacular. There are endless vistas of mountain ranges, and being so high up it feels like you could almost touch the clouds.

Moray

Moray
Maras 08656
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