Posted by: bluesyemre | August 10, 2021

Weaving the Bridge at Q’eswachaka, Cusco region of Peru

Every year, communities in the Cusco region of Peru come together to replace the Inca rope bridge that crosses the Apurimac River. In 2020, this tradition was stopped due to the pandemic. This year, the groups have reunited to use ancient rope weaving techniques, passed from generation to generation, recreating the “living bridge” that’s been there more than 500 years.


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