The last Inca bridge in Peru
The Hanging Bridge of Queshuachaca is weaved, during three days every second Sunday in June when 1000 members of a village community using braided ichu straw and chachacomo. The task is performed since the time of the Incas according to traditional techniques and the standard of rite ceremonies and dances done by the people from near ayllus representing the Apu Rimac (river) in this way.

The bridge was finished on the fourth day, then they had songs and dances. It is 33 meters long and 1,2 meters wide and allows us to admire the cannon of the Apurimac river in all its splendor.
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