Inca garden irrigation, Ecuador

Inca garden irrigation, Ecuador

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Credit: RICHARD WAREHAM FOTOGRAFIE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Inca garden irrigation, Ecuador. Irrigation channel showing the technology used in Inca times. This site is part of an archaeological park showing the ruins of the Incan city-state of Tomebamba. The Incas were a civilisation that inhabited the Andean regions of northern South America. They ruled an extensive empire in the 15th and 16th centuries, which fell to the invading Spanish conquistadors. Photographed at the Pumapungo Museum (Museo del Pumapungo) in Cuenca, Ecuador.

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