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In the Name of the Father or the Son — Who Built Machu Picchu?

GiaB Prompt #7: man-made wonders of the world

Image by LoggaWiggler from Pixabay

Andean citadel, crowning glory seated on tectonic faults
No error — rocks broken along the planes, granite slabs
No mortar — watershed moments cascade down the terraces

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Caroline de Braganza

Caroline de Braganza

Wise Older Woman (WOW). Poetry, essays, humor. Passion for mental health, social justice, politics, culture, the world. Incorruptible and proud South African!

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