Temple of the Sun:
- The House of the Ñusta.
- The Large Fortified Tower.
- The Mausoleum.
The House of the Ñusta:
Draw together Ñusata I was a Inca princess. Although there is no
reason to suppose that he draw together (subj) ñusta he enjoyed here
tradition he has baptized to this one interesting that one
construction menera. Architectonics Has to do with a two story,
high-quality building itself and narrowly related to the
semicircular or sun's temple. The first plant contains a great door
and abundant trapezoidal niches. The space is little ( some 5 X 3
meters ) but it shines solid, indestructible.
He plants ( it has happened to me that whose floor has not been
preserved ) To the second best for what of stone no as some should
have been wooden and they suppose ) it takes place alone from the
Sol's Templo I have a meal if of an annexed chapel try to him, he
was definitively related to the misnamed Torreón's activities it has
the first floor's same architectonic quality.
The construction's roof was saddle-backed.
A natural grotto than this one
below the Templo Belongs to the Sol, and that it was completely
lined for the Incas with walls of stone once was tilled.