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Three-Windowed Temple - Ruin Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail - Peru

Not far from the Chamber of the Princess is the spectacular Three-Windowed Temple. It is part of a complex situated around the Sacred Plaza, a ceremonial center that some argue is the most captivating section of the city. The temple's unusually large, trapezoidal windows perfectly frame the mountains unfolding beyond the Urubamba River valley. To your left as you face the Three-Windowed Temple is another popular Machu Picchu attraction, the Principal Temple.

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Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail, Peru

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Here are other activities in and around Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail that may be of interest: Wiñay Wayna, Intipunku, Royal Tomb, Temple of the Sun, Chamber of the Princess, Huayna Picchu, Temple of the Moon, Intihuatana and Principal Temple.








23 Mar 2012







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