The Hidden Citadel

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The Hidden Citadel

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The ruins of Machu Picchu, one of the few Incan cities left standing after the Spanish conquest, is often mistakenly referred to as the “lost city of the Incas.” This name is better suited for Vilcabamba, which served as the capital of the Neo-Inca state and was eventually destroyed by the Spanish. The trails leading to Machu Picchu were hidden from the Spanish, saving it from meeting the same fate of many other Inca strongholds.

In the wake of the destructive palm oil industry, the loss of their natural habitat continues, making poaching easier due to more and more access roads throughout the country, these creatures are critically endangered and face the threat of extinction. Some are shot, as well as other wildlife, just for "trespassing" on plantation property.

Printed on lustre finish silver-halide paper. The Lustre finish offers a beautiful sheen, allowing the colors and contrast to pop without the distracting glare of glossy finish prints.

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