Discover The archaeological site of Cochasqui Ecuador and Galapagos Islands

The archaeological site of Cochasqui is found in the northern Andes, three miles from the equatorial line. On the site are 15 unfinished pyramids that were built by ancient civilisations, before being occupied by the Incas and then the Spaniards. The line they form with other archaeological sites and natural elements is called Inti-Yan (?the sun paths'), which is an allusion to the sun's movement during the March and November equinox.

  • The archaeological site of Cochasqui , Ecuador and Galapagos Islands
    The archaeological site of Cochasqui

    The archaeological site of Cochasqui located just under 40 miles from Quito is made up of fifteen truncated pyramids.

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  • The archaeological site of Cochasqui , Ecuador and Galapagos Islands
    The archaeological site of Cochasqui
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  • The archaeological site of Cochasqui , Ecuador and Galapagos Islands
    The archaeological site of Cochasqui
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