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5-06-2015, 20:42

Macchu Picchu: The Story of the Amazing Inkas

Macchu Picchu: The Story of the Amazing Inkas
Macchu Picchu: The Story of the Amazing Inkas and Their City in the Clouds
Author: Elizabeth Mann, Amy Crehore (Illustrator)
Mikaya Press
Wonders of the World Book
2000
ISBN: 0965049396
Pages: 48
Language: English
Format: PDF
Size: 33 MB

Using slingshots, clubs and stone-tipped spears, this small Andean tribe conquered an area spanning 2,500 miles. Without the use of the wheel, they built a vast and sophisticated network of roads. Without an alphabet, they administered a population of ten million people. With the most primitive of tools, they built cities of stone. Machu Picchu is as astonishing as its builders. Set in a remote, inaccessible area of the high Andes, this breathtaking city was never found by the Spanish Conquistadores. It is an untouched example of the genius of the Inkas.

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