Kuelap



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It is an archaeological complex located at 3,000 meters above sea level, in the Amazon Andes of the department of Amazonas, it is surrounded by an extensive 600-meter wall. long it has 3 entrances, two on the east side and one on the west. The portal or main entrance is to the East, built as narrow walled alleys giving the impression of wide conical tunnels when entering and narrow when exiting, allowing access to only one person.

The most outstanding structure is located to the right of the complex and on the highest level El Torreón of 8 m. high, the inkwell is in the extreme south, has the shape of an inverted cone and measures 13.7 m. in diameter with a height of 5.5 m. and the Castle which is a ceremonial platform. The total extension of the archaeological complex is 6 hectares.

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