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Reviewed February 18, 2018

Worth checking out but if you don't have much time it's not a must see. If you have time it is worth a look.

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Reviewed January 14, 2018

Take it all it, see everything there is to see. The temple of the condor is just another experience while at Machu Picchu.

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Reviewed January 12, 2018 via mobile

You get to view the temple of the condor on the way to the exit so its no trouble to view as you walk past. Its part of the prison complex but visualising the condor on the rock wall takes a lot of squinting & head tilting. The condor carved into the stone on the base is a little more obvious

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Reviewed January 10, 2018

Interesting pre-incan site, shows how likely Incans built on top of it & a societal structure, the condor rocks are pretty neat even if it is a stretch of the imagination to see the condor

Thank LookingForFamilyFun
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Reviewed January 4, 2018

The Temple of the Condor is a great example of how the Inka people used the natural setting, direction and shapes of the rocks and boulders to see their symbology... or perhaps the symbols and messages Pachamamma (Mother Earth) was sharing with them!! It's remarkably clear as a natural sculptor of the Condor's head and wings :-) Take a moment to enjoy it!

Thank Elizabeth C
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