Machu Pic’chu is the most famous stone complex in all of South America, and is visited by 2000 tourists a day. This fabled “Lost City” was created by the Inca, and was never discovered by the Spanish conquistadors, and in fact was not rediscovered until 1911. However, there is new evidence that the core of Machu Pic’chu is several thousand years older than the Inca, and was made by a much more technologically advanced culture.
Professional tour guide Brien Foerster wrote this book so that the visitor, and arm chair explorer can read about this special place in a virtual tour format; many photos are included in this book, and it starts at the entrance gate, and then takes the reader on a complete visit of all of the amazing wonders of this masterpiece of architecture. Who made it? When? And what was its function? This book answers all of this and more.
It has recently been updated with photos from 1911 to 1913, when Machu Pic’chu was discovered and first excavated. These photos show you the difference between Inca period construction and the mysterious megalithic cultures that preceded the Inca.