No, This Is Not A Massive Game Of Tug-Of-War. The Community Has Rebuilt This Every Year By Hand For Thousands Of Years
July 30, 2016
Every year, local communities on either side of the Apurimac River Canyon in Peru use traditional Inka engineering techniques to rebuild the Q'eswachaka Bridge. The old bridge is taken down and the new bridge is built in just three days.
The bridge has been rebuilt in this same location continually since the time of the Inka.
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