Many academics have recently discussed the strange phenomenon Cumbemayo, a 3.3-kilometer-high aqueduct 20 kilometers southwest of the Peruvian city of Cajamarca.
The ancient water system is attributed to the Incas by archaeologists, however, this official interpretation is dubious.
Some aspects of the aqueduct’s construction are not inherent in the Incas’ construction knowledge and practices and thus contradict common sense.
Here, for example, the channel’s zigzag deviations or right-angle arcuate bends. These unusual twists can, of course, be traced to design aspects or a technological design requirement.
We will most likely be unable to comprehend and determine the exact answer. We can only admire and continue to uncover the evidence of an ancient, highly evolved society once more.