Parque de la Identidad Wanka, Huancayo
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Visit Parque de la Identidad Wanka and stroll through its intricate paths and statues. The park is designed to represent the culture of the pre-Incan Huanca nation, and is reminiscent of Gaudi’s Guell Park in Barcelona, only in a smaller scale. Walk along pebbled pathways that wind through lush gardens, detailed stone statues, and miniature buildings. Each architectural piece tells a story about the history and folklore of the Huanca people that once lived in the area. The park is constructed entirely of local stones and rocks and boasts detailed patterns as well as interesting sculptures and various plant life. Put Parque de la Identidad Wanka at the forefront of your travel plans using our Huancayo itinerary builder.
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  • Very interesting, an innovative presentation on identity Huanca, very well maintained. The only issue is that it is not very accessible.
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  • the entire Park in local colour-sculptures, buildings, various forms of unknown destination but the visit interesting local culture it helps a bit. Castle of stones-just for kids. Unfortunately, hung around here for long, for the first time in a week-long stay in Peru it's raining here. In the basement of the input is a very good arc gift shop-there are a lot of local handicrafts, metal, pumpkin, gold and wool. In Lima, I have not seen.
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  • Very nice place many works of art, sculptures and typical of the area but gigantic gourds
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