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Iñac Uyu (Aclla Wasi)  The Unknown
c.1000 AD - c.1500 AD
Copacabana, La Paz, Bolivia
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Iñaq Uyu (Aymara, iñaqa a woman of noble caste of the Incas, uyu pen (enclosure), yard, cemetery,[1] "pen of the iñaqa, the woman of the noble caste of the Incas", hispanicized spellings Iñac Uyu, Iñac Uyo, Iñakuyu, Iñak Uyu, Iñak Uyo), also called Aklla Wasi[2] (Quechua aklla chosen, selected, virgins of the sun, wasi house,[3] "house of the virgins of the sun"), is an archaeological site in Bolivia situated on the Isla de la Luna, an island of Lake Titicaca. It is located in the La Paz Department, Manco Kapac Province, Copacabana Municipality.

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