the site of an ancient Incan and pre-Incan city, about 7,000 feet (2,130 meters) above sea level in the Andes, in S central Peru.
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How to use Machu Picchu in a sentence
Even large cities seem as if they were simply placed on top of hills, like Machu Picchu.A small part of the economy of a small state is poised to shape the future of the world | Philip Bump | October 18, 2021 | Washington Post
It wasn’t until my 30s that adventure travel catalogs with glossy pictures of the Alps and Machu Picchu lured me back out of my shades-drawn room where I’d go from my bed to the television.How a Plus-Size Hiker Found Her Footing on the Trail | syadron | August 22, 2021 | Outside Online
In one of the unfinished structures at Machu Picchu I noticed similar bosses.
To be sure, the white granite of which the temples and palaces of Machu Picchu are constructed might easily pass for marble.
When the worship of the sun actually ceased on the heights of Machu Picchu no one can tell.
British Dictionary definitions for Machu Picchu
a ruined Incan city in S Peru
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