The Sacred or Urubamba Valley sits right beside Cuzco, the Incan capital city, in the Andes Mountains of Peru. It is an open, flat-bottomed valley that served as seperation between the city and the jungle, and gave Incans a chance to defend against attacks from various other tribes in the jungle. Today, there is a town called Urubamba right in the middle of the valley. A river runs partly through the valley that is alternately known as Urubamba River, Vilcanota River or Wilcamayu.
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