The quest for the mythical Eldorado attracted to Peru an endless stream
of hungry conquistadors of wealth and power, like Aguirre, lieutenant of Pizarro.
Nearly five centuries later, the legends of Inca treasures still run the calles of Peru,
but it is not gold that fascinated adventurers: the stone erected by lofty mountains,
valleys dug in sacred, charged walls in blocks perfectly joined,
witnesses expertise of the Incas.