Archaeology & Ruins

Ruins, sacred sites, landmarks

  • Holy Water, Corn Beer, or Blood? The Mystery that Surrounds the Qenqo Temple

    Qenqo If you are planning on visiting the historical sites around the Cusco Region in Peru, one thing is for…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • The Mystery of Sayhuite

    Another of Peru’s greatest anomalies: The mysterious site of Sayhuite, is one of Peru’s greatest anomalies, baffling archeologists as to its…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Qorikancha – Stone work made with a bronze chisel? [PHOTO ESSAY] Part 2

    According to Wikipedia: The Coricancha or Qorikancha (from the Quechua words Quri Kancha meaning “Golden Temple”), originally named Inti Kancha…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Qorikancha – Stone work made with a bronze chisel? [PHOTO ESSAY] Part 1

    According to Wikipedia: The Coricancha or Qorikancha (from the Quechua words Quri Kancha meaning “Golden Temple”), originally named Inti Kancha…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • 18 Elongated Skulls of Paracas Peru [VIDEO]

    Photographing Peru’s Coneheads Miro and I first came into contact with Brien Foerester and the amazing elongated skulls of Paracas Peru…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • UNSCHOOLING in Peru: Super Secret Project Revealed!

    What happens when you lead your life through inspiration and inspiration strikes? Well, you have to follow it, of course!…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Tambo Machay Ruins [VIDEO]

    Ruins The complex of Tambomachay is situated at just 9 km (5.6 mi) from Cusco. The site itself, is in close…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Possible Alien Baby Remains in Peru, Andahuaylillas near Cusco [VIDEO]

    An Enigma I remember when this ‘baby’ was discovered over a year ago and became a national sensation throughout Peru.…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Learning from the Book of the Dead

    Leading a ‘good life’ isn’t sufficient? If you were selected to be the caretaker of the most precious commodity in…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Miro walks along the walls of Coricancha

    Coricancha, The Golden Temple

    Guides in Cusco will tell you the history of Coricancha begins with the Incas But does it? The walls and floors…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • My adult ‘unschooling’ through Archeology

    Why archeology? Because through archeology, I've been led down a rabbit hole that has blown the lid off of everything…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • More Top 10 Archaeological Sites from Mexico to Peru

    Latin America has a rich pre-Columbian history, there are many breathtaking sites still standing the tests of time. These scenes…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • A Trip Through Time -Bone Yard of the Ancients [PHOTO ESSAY]

    Scattered Remains in the Sand In my wildest dreams would I have never thought walking through a sandy plane scattered…

    by Lainie Liberti