Trapezoid doorway and niches in upper level of building in Inca site of Pumamarca, Patacancha Valley, Cusco Region, Peru
The black patches on the wall are from fires (probably started by lighting, possibly manmade) that burnt the thatched roof.
Photograph ID: Pumamarca2019.37
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2019
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Photograph size: 21.1 Mpixels (60.4 MB uncompressed) - 5628x3752 pixels (18.7x12.5 in / 47.7x31.8 cm at 300 ppi)
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