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miércoles, 12 de agosto de 2015

The Bridge at Q’eswachaka. Puente INCA del Perú.





Every year, local communities on either side of the Apurimac River Canyon use traditional Inka engineering techniques to rebuild the Q'eswachaka Bridge. The entire bridge is built in only three days. The bridge has been rebuilt in this same location continually since the time of the Inka. 

This video was produced by Noonday Films for the National Museum of the American Indian exhibition, "The Great Inka Road: Engineering an Empire," on view at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., from June 26, 2015, to 

Narrated by John Ochsendorf, professor of Civil Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Q'eswachaka bridge in Peru is rebuilt every year using traditional Inka engineering techniques by the local communities on either side of the canyon. This bridge has been continually rebuilt in this same location since the time of the Inka. The entire bridge is built in only three days. This video was produced by Noonday Films for the National Museum of the American Indian exhibition, The Great Inka Road: Engineering an Empire. This video was narrated by John Ochsendorf, Professor of Civil Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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