Archaeology is quite an interesting science – not just because it studies, analyses and interprets the ancient relics and the information hidden within, but it also opens a whole new perspective to travelling. There are many tourists who share an interest for visiting places of historical importance – sites which have been excavated in the recent years and have opened a whole new treasure trove of long hidden knowledge. The Moray archaeological site is one such place, which preserves the knowledge right from the Inca Empire.
The site is called as a collection of amphitheaters by some, while some prefer calling it the site of an ancient meteor attack. Located at an altitude of more than ten thousand feet, the site preserves imprints of the cultural and agricultural heritage of the Incas. The agricultural jewels included potato, corn, etc. and have led to the birth of new age agricultural methods.