The Archaeological Center of Huayllabamba is located on the way to the Sanctuary of Machu Picchu which presents architecture of the Inca period, among these are spaces that were intended for the cultivation of plants and breath of place. Being a center of agriculture and considered a space for rest.
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This archaeological center is located in the district of Huayllabamba in the province of Urubamba in the Cusco region.
This place is known for the cultivation of white corn in Cusco, Huayllabamba is recognized for sowing the best seeds that will result in large grains and by the month of May the corn fields are ready for harvest, a time of tradition at the time of taking this food so sacred in the southern Andean Peru.
Festival and contest of the best corn, is celebrated with dances, music and complete joy. Where they prepare various foods based on white corn such as soup, salad, cake, among other products that surprise more than one.
Feast of the Virgin of Nativity, every September 8th you can visit the district of Huayllabamba to enjoy this festivity, where hundreds of people participate to the rhythm of dances and Andean music.
Heated swimming pool, is a good option, if you are in Huayllabamba you can relax your body in this place.
Huayllabamba comes from a Quechua word that means "Pampa Cenagosa", due to the position of the site.
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