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83-12101 - Restored wall with mythical bird motif in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12115 - Rhomboid design with demon's face in the well-preserved murals at this adobe brick temple pyramid of the Moche people (100BC-AD850) in the desert north, Huaca de la Luna, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12106 - Restored wall with mythical bird motif in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12100 - Mythical bird motif in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12095 - Statue in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12107 - Restored wall with mythical bird motif in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12104 - Entrance in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12105 - Restored wall with mythical bird motif in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12109 - Preservation treatment of a mural by members of the National University of Trujillo team at this adobe brick temple pyramid of the Moche people (100BC-AD850) in the desert north, Huaca de la Luna, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12117 - Looking from the Huaca de la Luna towards the Huaca del Sol - another adobe brick temple pyramid of the Moche people (100BC-AD850) and probably the largest adobe structure in pre-Columbian America, Huaca del Sol, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12118 - The peak of Cerro Blanco mountain and platforms at this adobe brick temple pyramid of the Moche people (100BC-AD850) in the desert north, Huaca de la Luna, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12097 - Ruined walls of Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12098 - 'Audiencias', possibly administrative offices of the elite, in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12102 - Statue in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12114 - The Huaca del Sol, an adobe brick temple pyramid of the Moche people (100BC-AD850) in the desert north, probably the largest adobe structure in pre-Columbian America, Huaca del Sol, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12096 - Restored wall with fish motif in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12099 - 'Audiencias', possibly administrative offices of the elite, in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12103 - Statue in the Tschudi Complex, one of the ten 'ciudadelas' at Chan Chan, pre-Columbian America's largest adobe city and capital of the Chimu Empire until its 14th century conquest by the Incas, Chan Chan, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moche Valley, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12112 - The peak of Cerro Blanco mountain and an unrestored section of this adobe brick temple pyramid of the Moche people (100BC-AD850) in the desert north, Huaca de la Luna, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12111 - The Huaca del Sol, an adobe brick temple pyramid of the Moche people (100BC-AD850) in the desert north, probably the largest adobe structure in pre-Columbian America, Huaca del Sol, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12116 - Rhomboid design with demon's face in the well-preserved murals at this adobe brick temple pyramid of the Moche people (100BC-AD850) in the desert north, Huaca de la Luna, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12113 - Looking from the Huaca de la Luna towards the Huaca del Sol, another adobe brick temple pyramid of the Moche people (100BC-AD850) and probably the largest adobe structure in pre-Columbian America, the Huacas, Trujillo, Peru, South America
83-12108 - Rhomboid design with demon's face in the well-preserved murals at this adobe brick temple pyramid of the Moche people (100BC-AD850) in the desert north, Huaca de la Luna, Trujillo, Peru, South America
763-699 - Mochica Culture La Huaca del Sol (Temple of the Sun) built in 100-700AD world's largest adobe structure (1/3 of original size) pyramid and landscape, Peru
763-698 - Mochica Culture La Huaca del Sol (Temple of the Sun) built in 100-700AD world's largest adobe structure (1/3 of original size) view of top and valley, Peru
763-697 - Mochica Culture La Huaca del Sol (Temple of the Sun) built in 100-700AD world's largest adobe structure (1/3 of original size) view of top and valley, Peru
763-654 - Gold Artifacts Moche (Mochica) Culture, 100 to 700AD, NCoast 'feline-man' fr Old Lord of Sipan Tomb, 200AD, gilded divinity reigns over sea, land & sky, Peru
763-653 - Gold Artifacts Moche (Mochica) Culture, 100 to 700AD, NCoast 'crab man' from Old Lord of Sipan Tomb, 200AD, gilded copper figure of divinity of the sea, Peru
763-647 - Gold Artifacts Moche (Mochica) Culture, 100 to 700AD, NCoast gold rattle from Lord of Sipan Tomb, 300AD, represents 'Decapitator' Moche supreme deity, Peru