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Ancient summer resort of the Incan sovereign and the court of the nobles, Machu Picchu has been forgotten for centuries, after the definitive conquest of the Spaniards and the consequent fall of the Inca kingdom in 1532.

The mountain colony with exposed terraces and complex urban structure came rediscovered in 1911 thanks to the precious work carried out by Yale University researcher and explorer, Hiram Bingham, who made numerous trips and excavations in the archaeological site, revealing to the world the importance with the manuscript "The Lost City of the Incas".

Machu Picchu (which in the Quechua language means old peak) is now a very suggestive tourist destination, perhaps the most visited in all of Peru, certainly the least easy to reach, given the absence of direct connections to the top of the mountain.

In fact, it is necessary to follow a route with steep slopes to reach the esplanade where the remains of this Inca city are spread, and which represents the third largest archaeological site in the world, after the excavations of Pompeii and ancient Ostia. For this reason, and due to the particularity of the Inca architecture that can be studied and admired, Machu Picchu was included among the seven wonders of the modern world, and is a UNESCO heritage.

In the Trezeta collection there is precisely the ideal shoe to visit this beautiful place: it is INCA WP, trekking boot designed for mixed terrain and excursions, even of medium difficulty.

Inca Wp Anthracite-Acid green