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Inti Raymi

Location: Cuzco, Peru

All the fun under the sun at the festival of Inti Raymi.

23 Jun 2006, 3:59PM

These all singing, all dancing parades went through the streets daily in the weeks leading up to Inti Raymi.

23 Jun 2006, 2:03PM

Looking over Cuzco's beautiful Plaza de Armas.

23 Jun 2006, 4:43PM

Not quite the mardi-gras as we know it.

23 Jun 2006, 4:26PM

Local to Gringo to Tout ratio - 1:10:20. It was a lotta people.

24 Jun 2006, 2:16PM

The equivalent of a day at the cricket on the hill at the Adelaide Oval?

24 Jun 2006, 2:24PM

Inti Raymi - the Inca festival of the sun celebrated every summer solstice at the nearby ruins of Sacsayhuaman.

24 Jun 2006, 6:37PM

Cuzco by night. Pretty.

24 Jun 2006, 3:13PM

It seemed to be more about the ringside seats these days, but still a very colourful and cultural affair.

25 Jun 2006, 12:41PM

Believe it or not, this is actually the municipal flag. Cuzco Pride!

25 Jun 2006, 12:27PM

The Spanish used most of the existing Inca structures as foundations for churches, buildings, etc. ˇDos pájaros con una piedra!

26 Jun 2006, 10:10AM

The cathedral.

25 Jun 2006, 1:02PM

Inca plumbing - love this stuff. Ingenious.



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Looking over Cuzco's beautiful Plaza de Armas.

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These all singing, all dancing parades went through the streets daily in the weeks leading up to Inti Raymi.

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Local to Gringo to Tout ratio - 1:10:20. It was a lotta people.

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Not quite the mardi-gras as we know it.

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Inti Raymi - the Inca festival of the sun celebrated every summer solstice at the nearby ruins of Sacsayhuaman.

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The equivalent of a day at the cricket on the hill at the Adelaide Oval?

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It seemed to be more about the ringside seats these days, but still a very colourful and cultural affair.

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Cuzco by night. Pretty.

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The Spanish used most of the existing Inca structures as foundations for churches, buildings, etc. ˇDos pájaros con una piedra!

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Believe it or not, this is actually the municipal flag. Cuzco Pride!

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Inca plumbing - love this stuff. Ingenious.

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The cathedral.