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Can you get your name on this list?


North Americanisse2024-04-251,90000:01:08
South AmericaAnonymous2024-03-231,30000:00:46


Ancient GreeceAnonymous2024-03-232,17900:01:36
Ancient Romecoming soon...


Ice Hockeymike2024-03-0297100:01:31

Did you know?

Machu Picchu is a marvel of engineering.

Machu Picchu is an Inca city in the highlands of southern Peru built in mid-15th century AD. Famous for its iconic setting at the elevation of 2 400 meters, it has become the top tourist destination in the country and one of the most recognizable landmarks of South America. Despite a long and arduous trek in high altitudes, it draws close to a million tourists each year.

Rediscovered in the early 20th century, Machu Picchu has gained international recognition with some 200 fairly well-preserved Inca structures. It is the most admired feat of the Inca civilization and has been popularized as a city, a citadel and a sanctuary, dubbed the most impressive living testimony of the Inca civilization. Researchers are still baffled how a culture with no machinery was able to work the hard granite rock with such precision. The seismic resistance of buildings erected in difficult mountainous terrain, as well a sophisticated water management attest to great ingenuity of Inca architects.

Modern tools reveal that the city is just a small part of an extensive setting spanning some 32 thousand hectares. Satellite imagery and Lidar data expose a complex road network connecting Machu Picchu to other sites in the vicinity. These roads feature control entry checkpoints, ensuring that only select few could reach Machu Picchu.