Machu Picchu Pictures, The Site Overall

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photo by Steve Underwood Peabody Museum Looking down on Machu Picchu from the Terrace of the Ceremonial Rock with Ua Picchu left and Huayna Picchu to the north  Wright Water Engineers Peabody Museum Seen from high above nestled below Huayna Picchu Machu Picchu illustrates the Incas amazing planning skills and sensitivity to the environment  Wright Water Engineers
photo by Steve Underwood
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Peabody Museum: "Looking down on Machu Picchu from the Terrace of the Ceremonial Rock, with Uña Picchu (left) and Huayna Picchu to the north." (© Wright Water Engineers)
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Peabody Museum: "Seen from high above, nestled below Huayna Picchu, Machu Picchu illustrates the Incas¹ amazing planning skills and sensitivity to the environment." (© Wright Water Engineers)
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photo by Steve Underwood photo by Steve Underwood machu-picchu-site
photo by Steve Underwood
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photo by Steve Underwood
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Peabody Museum Terrace wall outside elite residences some of the finest stonework at Machu Picchu with each stone precisely cut to fit  Laura M Brown Peabody Museum Looking north toward the Intiwatana with the Stairway of the Fountains cutting diagonally from upper left to lower right  Laura M Brown Peabody Museum View of Huayna Picchu from the central Plaza where a llama grazes  Wright Water Engineers
Peabody Museum: "Terrace wall, outside elite residences, some of the finest stonework at Machu Picchu, with each stone precisely cut to fit.) © Laura M. Brown
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Peabody Museum: "Looking north toward the Intiwatana with the Stairway of the Fountains cutting diagonally from upper left to lower right" (© Laura M. Brown)
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Peabody Museum: "View of Huayna Picchu from the central Plaza, where a llama grazes." (© Wright Water Engineers)
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Peabody Museum The Eastern Sector viewed from the sacred plaza unusual fine wall is at bottom of stairway behind here are some large mortars carved into the floor Bingham found a grinding stone nearby  Wright Water Engineers photo by Jeffrey Aaronson photo by Angus McIntyre
Peabody Museum: "The Eastern Sector viewed from the sacred plaza; unusual fine wall is at bottom of stairway; behind here are some large mortars carved into the floor. Bingham found a grinding stone nearby." (© Wright Water Engineers)
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photo by Jeffrey Aaronson
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photo by Angus McIntyre
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photo by Martin Gray large panorama photo by Chinatom photo by Chinatom
photo by Martin Gray
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large panorama photo by Chinatom
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photo by Chinatom
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photo by Andrys BastenI think he fell off the mountain labeled photo by Dave Volk photo by Michael Lawton
photo by Andrys Basten
(I think he fell off the mountain)
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labeled photo by Dave Volk
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photo by Michael Lawton
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