Wall discovery

Date: 1/2/2001

The discovery of a sunken 600 foot / 183 metre long wall in a Bolivian section of Lake Titicaca is believed by archaeologists to either be the remains of an ancient temple or the terrace of an agricultural field. The wall was found by Italian archaeologists during an expedition to the largest lake in the Andes, which was revered as a holy site by the Incas.

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