Machu Picchu is a pre Columbian Inca site located in Peru and was built in 1438 (Boundless 1). Machu Picchu was invaded by the Spanish and was seen as a small and insignificant site (Sayre 261). However, the site was very momentous and meant a lot to those within the Inca Culture. Within the Inca Culture, the Manchu Picchu is mainly used for ceremonies and was a place where residences resided. The site mainly consisted of women, their children and priest (Gray 1; Sayre 262).
The art work of the Machu Picchu displays a large place that consists of a lot of land. There are several areas on Machu Picchu that have little square and rectangle shaped buildings with no roof. Sayre states that the buildings that are displayed within the art are the stone buildings that collapsed and are terraces in a setting that was a religious retreat for the Inca ruler (261).Machu Picchu is surrounded by thousands of trees and tall hills and mountains. On the right of the art work in the middle, further to the back, is a tall mountain that is covered with green grass. The land is covered with rocks and stones that have grass all over them.
Within the Inca religion they strongly believed in numerous Gods and focused on their purpose for being on earth. There is a theory that Inca believe that a God know n as Viracocha created the earth and the humans. Some women were known as oracles who they believed to be connected with the Gods (Rosen 1). According to Rosen, they strongly believed that if they were obedient and faithful to the Gods, then their nature and society around them would be balanced (1). Compared to western Christianity culture; there is belief that God created hell and earth along with all living things. Christianity believes in worshiping only one God and seeking guidance from God through prayer. The Incas believed in sacrificing animals in order to receive good luck or help from the Gods (Rosen 1).
The Inca Culture loved to work with tools, textiles and was just very masterful. According to Boundless, they state that “the Inca absorbed much of their technical skill from the cultures they conquered” (1). With conquering different tribes and area, they learned how to construct different shapes and patterns and were able to reiterate these aptitudes with the environment of the Machu Picchu. This culture consisted of many incredible architects and builders that were proficient in creating road systems, temples and palaces to assist their tribe (Machu Picchu 1). For example, Sayre explains that “the Inca worked...