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  • Ahuacpinta Street The description from the exhibit: Calle Ahuacpinta (Ahuacpinta Street) is next to the Qorikancha. It separated the temple’s ceremonial space from areas dedicated to other services. The modern doorway stands over a site where an Inka road passed through. Notice the diverse examples of Inka stone architecture on either side of the street: the Qorikancha’s smooth wall on one side, and the rougher wall of another enclosure on the other. This is part of The Great Inka Road: Engineering an Empire exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in Washington, DC. Ideum worked with NMAI for over a year and a half, helping to develop a multiuser interactive exhibit which runs on an 84″ multitouch table. Visitors can interact with a 3D reconstruction of the ancient city of Cusco, which was the heart of the Inkan civilization that ruled over much of the South American Andes in the 15th and 16th centuries. #smithsonian #inka #interactive #exhibit

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