Throughout two days of intense activity, partners and friends of New Acropolis covered a stretch of 45 km of the pre-Columbian way called ‘Takesi’, work of engineering of the cultures Tiahuanaco, Mollo and Inca.
Starting from a height of approximately 4,750 meters above sea level, through a rugged topography, we traveled along this important pre-Hispanic road network linking the highlands with the Bolivian yungas. By this route, the altiplanic cultures expanded towards the lowlands.
During the hike, we gathered waste that was left along the route.
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