Pisac

Písac is a small traditional town at eastern end of the about 35 km from Cusco. While Pisac is best known for its Sunday market this is really secondary to the magnificent Inca ruins overlooking the town from high on a mountain ridge, both the extent of which and the spectacular vertiginous views it offers of the Sacred Valley many visitors arrive unprepared for.
Photo: Xauxa, CC BY 2.5.

Pisac

Latitude
-13.421° or 13° 25' 15.8" south
Longitude
-71.8505° or 71° 51' 1.8" west
Open Location Code
57RCH4HX+HR
Population
2000
Elevation
2970 metres (9744 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 476276784
Geo­Names ID
3932166
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Also Known As

  • Bulgarian: Писак
  • Cebuano: Pisac (kapital sa distrito)
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  • Croatian: Písac
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  • Dutch: Pisaq
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  • Esperanto: Pisak
  • Finnish: P'isaq
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  • Georgian: პისაკი
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  • Japanese: ピサク
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  • Macedonian: Писак
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  • Portuguese: Pisaq
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  • Quechua: P'isaq
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  • Telugu: పిసక్
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  • Ukrainian: Пісак
  • Yoruba: Pisac

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