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Forbidden archeological sites that are truly wonderful

Espresso Logo By Martin Morin of Espresso | Slide 2 of 16: The famous Inca site has been suffering for years under the weight of its huge popularity. As of 2019, visitors must be accompanied by a guide and must only use trails designated by the Peruvian government and UNESCO. In 2016, this high-altitude, five-hectare (12-acre) South American historic property was added to UNESCO’s list of endangered World Heritage sites.

Machu Picchu, Peru

The famous Inca site has been suffering for years under the weight of its huge popularity. As of 2019, visitors must be accompanied by a guide and must only use trails designated by the Peruvian government and UNESCO. In 2016, this high-altitude, five-hectare (12-acre) South American historic property was added to UNESCO’s list of endangered World Heritage sites.

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