Q'eswachaka bridge

Q’eswachaka: The last Inca bridge

Every year, in a hidden corner of the Peruvian Andes, four Quechua communities renew a bridge that is over five centuries old During the Incas’ time existed a great net of roads called “Camino Real” that linked the Inca Empire. However, due to its difficult geography, many places were joined by suspension bridges made of vegetable… [ + ]