Ancient wall at Pachacamac

Pachacamac is the largest and most important archaeological site in Lima. History Pachacamac was the main sanctuary of the central coast of Peru for over a thousand years. Their temples were visited by crowds of pilgrims on the occasion of the great andean rituals, as it was considered a successful oracle able to predict the future. The Pachacamac word means “soul of the earth, which animates the world.” The construction of the sanctuary was initiated by the Lima culture (AD 200-AD 600) and is considered the most important…