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Qhapac Ñan

The Qhapaq Nan was the network of roads (Stone) who unified Tahuantinsuyo during the Inca Empire in Perú.

The road at that time served as a transit point for troops and Chasquis. There were roads that connected distant cities like Quito and Cusco. When Spanish conquistadors arrived, had the ease of moving freely through these routes, where they found food and resting points called Tambos and / or Chulpas.

The images selected for this mural, now suggest the Qhapaq Ñan, re-creating cultural integration represents today between neighboring communities and sanctuaries.

Custom stated by the National Museum as part of the sample Qhapaq Nan, month of museums.