Chan Chan ruins, Peru

Chan Chan ruins, Peru

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Caption: Chan Chan ruins. Latticed adobe construction in the ruins of the Nik-An Palace (Tschudi Palace) in Chan Chan in the coastal desert of northern Peru. Chan Chan is the ruined capital of the Chimor Empire (900-1470), a state established by the Chimu people. Photographed in 2016.

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