surprise will reach no limits when we discover
the "Quebrada de Humahuaca" valley and
it's neighboring side-road towns like "Tilcara"
where the ruins of an aborigine fortress (known
as the Pucará) are found. The valley has
been used over the past 10,000 years as a crucial
passage for the transport of people and ideas
from the high Andean lands to the plains, thus
being declared World Heritage on 1993 by the UNESCO.
Its distinctive pre-Hispanic and pre-Incan settlements,
together with the magnificent landscape are simply