Peru in South America is well known for its Macchu Picchu archeological site and also its Incan ruins. Recently Michael de Titan a sculptor from Cusco had done a project named Apukunaq Tianan which means ‘ adobe of the gods’ by taking the Incan tradition forward. This new place attracts a lot of tourists and it has sculptures that are sculpted into a rock of a mountain. It takes about 40min to go there from Cusco.
Michael de Titan
There is the deity Viracocha, Pachamama goddess, a Puma head, to symbolize the Incan trilogy of symbolic animals, and the face of Túpac Ameru of Neo-Incan state. In carving these 49.2-55.8ft sculptures the sculptor has used only a chisel and a hammer. It’s opened on the same day as the two-hundredth anniversary of the independence of Peru. if you want to know anything follow the Facebook page.
#2 Sculptures carved by Micheal de Titan
#4 Now many Tourists attract to see the sculptures
#5 In 2021 it is open since the two-hundredth anniversary of Peru’s independence
#12 Have a look at this video
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