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The Spanish conquistaries discovered the Inca Empire, and the missionaries brought the gospel. When he negotiated with the Inca King, the missionary took out the Bible and said that by opening the book, he could hear the voice of God. The King was very happy and exchanged a lot of gold and silver treasures. But when he opened the Bible and did not hear the voice of God, he threw the Bible aside.
Later, due to linguistic problems, the two sides failed to negotiate, and the Spaniards tied the king. Then blackmailed the gold, the king disobeyed, and the Spaniards publicly executed the king.
In order not to let the Spaniards get the gold and silver treasures accumulated by the Inca Empire for generations, the Incas hid a large amount of gold in the ancient city in the mountains and cut off many roads to the ancient city. So later generations are very interested in the lost treasures of Inca.
And our guide tells us the story of the Inca treasure every time we are physically weak. Every time we come to a little-known ancient road, we all feel that we have to find the treasure. The guide also looked at it with a trekking pole.
Although it is not necessarily true, it is very rare to have such a travel experience full of treasures. People still have to have ideals, just to find out.
JOJO’s wonderful trip
When Columbus set foot on the American continent in 1492, there were two powerful empires, one of which was the Inca empire. Since they did not have words, many things could not be verified, so in the land of the Americas, What happened?
The best way to explore this history is to walk the Inca Trail.
The Inca Trail in Peru takes 4 days. Although the altitude is not a small challenge, climbing down the mountain at the peak of Peru all day scares off many people who are physically weak, but can go on the trail. Back, it is the greatest yearning for many archaeologists. The most one day takes 10 hours and turns over two hills for a total of 16 kilometers. The highest peak is 4,200 meters above sea level, and the second peak is 4,000 meters above sea level. It can witness three ancient Inca sites.
It hurts and is happy. When after four days of climbing over the mountains and sweating soothingly to Machu Picchu, you will walk across the Puerta with satisfaction and proudly boast that you are walking to Inca. The Lost City!