Machu Kuntur Sinqa

Machu Kuntur Sinqa
Sun Temple at Pisac, Peru.jpg
View of the Sacred Valley with the Willkanuta River from Inti Watana. Machu Kuntur Sinqa is on the left.
Highest point
Elevation4,200 m (13,800 ft)[1]
Coordinates13°26′18″S 71°48′38″W / 13.43833°S 71.81056°W / -13.43833; -71.81056Coordinates: 13°26′18″S 71°48′38″W / 13.43833°S 71.81056°W / -13.43833; -71.81056
Language of nameQuechua
Machu Kuntur Sinqa is located in Peru
Machu Kuntur Sinqa
Machu Kuntur Sinqa
LocationPeru, Cusco Region, Calca Province
Parent rangeAndes

Machu Kuntur Sinqa (Quechua machu old, kuntur condor, sinqa nose,[2] also spelled Machucóndor Senqa)[3] or Machu Kuntur Sankha (sankha cliff,[2] Hispanicized Machucóndor Sanga)[1] is a mountain in the Cusco Region in Peru, about 4,200 metres (13,780 ft) high. It is situated in the Calca Province, on the border of the districts Pisac and San Salvador.[1] Machu Kuntur Sinqa lies on the right bank of the Willkanuta River, near the archaeological park of Pisac.


  1. ^ a b c - UGEL map of the Calca Province (Cusco Region) (unnamed)
  2. ^ a b Teofilo Laime Acopa, Diccionario Bilingüe, Iskay simipi yuyay k'ancha, Quechua – Castellano, Castellano – Quechua (Quechua-Spanish dictionary)
  3. ^ "South America Maps". Joint Operations Graphic. Retrieved June 27, 2014.

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