Archaeological complex of Piquillacta
The archaeological complex of Piquillacta or Piki Llaqta is an archaeological site consists of the remains of a city of ancient Peru, the pre-Hispanic era. It is located in the district of Lucre, Quispicanchi province, department of Cuzco, about 30 km southeast of the city of Cuzco and 3,250 meters above sea level in the basin of river Lucre and a mesothermal environment course of Vilcanota River. It covers an area of about 50 hectáreas.Fue one of the most important administrative-cultists of the Wari (or Huari) culture centers, including VI to IX centuries AD, and represents the urban planned wari par excellence. Some experts argue that remained in force until the time of the Incas, although they have found no corroborating this presence remains.