Q’ESHWACHAKA: THE TRANCENDENCY OF ANCIENT INCA INSTALLATIONS
The restoration of the last surviving Inca bridge, known as the Q’eswachaka bridge, provides a profound testament to the enduring vitality and dynamism of the Andean people and their rich cultural heritage. This extraordinary bridge offers a unique window into the meticulous preservation of ancestral techniques and the continual rejuvenation of their vibrant culture.
Annually, this remarkable social event unfolds over the majestic Apurimac River, transcending mere engineering and construction. It manifests as a deeply rooted ritual, a sacred ceremony, lovingly undertaken by the dedicated men and women hailing from the surrounding territories. In this momentous gathering, the essence of their culture and the sanctity of their traditions converge to create a breathtaking spectacle that captivates both the observer’s eyes and heart.