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Uttterly atypical for clickbait type stories this marvelous geological perspective on Machi Pucchu explains the hows and whys of this stone city being built atop converging fault lines with a ready source of materials (hexagonal stone) and the ultimate prize for a small city, a watershed.

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High in Peru’s Andes Mountains, fog shrouds the temples and palaces of an ancient city. Steeped in myth and enigma, the citadel of Machu Picchu was once the pride of the Inca civilization. And for many years, researchers have pondered over the outpost’s inaccessible location and why it was built exactly where it stands. Now, however, one man has made a discovery that explains one of the most enduring mysteries of the iconic site.

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