Inca stone with 41 angles discovered in Peru
Lima (Peru), May 14 (ANI): An Inca stone of 41 angles was found during the archaeological excavations that are being carried out these days by the National Institute of Culture (INC) in Torontoy, in the area of the Sanctuary of Machu Picchu in Peru.
According to information received, the finding was confirmed by the president of the project, Omar Spanish Gutierrez, who referred that the stone measures are 6 meters high and 2,50 meters wide, and also said that it has the form of a flame.
The archaeologist Mario Febran Gomez, said that the stone is located in the religious precinct Nro. 9 of the sector of Torontoy (kilometer 91,500 of the way Cusco-Machu Picchu). (ANI)
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