Places to Visit:
Adobe of the gods, Sapantiana (Clonial Acueduct) and Laguna Piuray
The Abode of the Gods of Cusco is also known as Apukunaq Tianan of Cusco and is a complex of lithic sculptures carved recently by a Cusquenian named Michel de Titan Monteagudo Mejia. It is a place with its own magic due to the enormous size of the sculptures that measure between 4 to 8 meters high approximately. This modern and wonderful attraction was dedicated to the gods of the Inca culture such as: La Pachamama, the Puma, the three-dimensional door and the Mirador (still under construction). It is currently a fashionable tourist attraction especially for local and national visitors, hopefully also for foreign tourists. After the visit we will go through the aqueduct of Sapantiana, it is of colonial times and then enjoy the beautiful countries on the way to the Piuray Lagoon.