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The archaeological center of Moray is made up of ring-shaped platforms. Each circle includes a terrace that overlaps another and each of these has a microclimate that allowed them to grow more than 150 plant species. They have a depth of 150m and according to historians these constructions constituted an important agricultural laboratory of the Inca empire.

Located in the Urubamba District near a town also called Moray, this architectural complex is at least 7 km2 and is 49 km2 north of Cusco.

The Moray archaeological complex is close to Cusco, it is one of the tourist attractions that contains part of the pre-Columbian history of the Inca settlers. Famous for its amphitheater shape, it is one of the most striking places that Moray has.

Each group of platforms has a microclimate that varies as you ascend or descend the concentric circles. It is estimated that in total there are a little more than 20 different microclimates in Moray.

The way to get there is by hiring a tour to Moray, they generally have transportation included to go to Maras, it is at least one hour and twenty-three minutes away from the north of Cusco.

To visit Moray you must have the tourist ticket.

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