Archaeological complex of Raqchi
Racchi (Quechua: Raqchi) is an Inca archaeological site located in the district of San Pedro in the province of Canchis (Cuzco, Peru). The archaeological site is also known as the Temple of Viracocha because of its emblematic buildings. It is located near the town of Raqchi and the Vilcanota River. The site has experienced a recent increase in tourism, with 83,334 visitors to the site in 2006, compared with 8,183 in 2000 and 452 in 1996.