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Inca Ceremonial Rooms

By far the most impressive sights are the perfectly carved volcanic stone walls of two of the Inca rooms which have survived the centuries and now serve as Inca Temple and dining room.
Surrounded by the smoke-blackened walls of the dining room, one can marvel at the infinite precision of the stonemasonry, a monument to the unrivaled craftsmanship of the Incas, and admire the stunning view of Cotopaxi, the highest active volcano in the world. This magical spectacle was extolled by Alexander von Humboldt who visited the Inca site in 1802 and included his observations in his work.

Inca Dining Rooms

The Inca House has two dining rooms, one unique Inca room and one breakfast room which also has an Inca wall. Breakfasts, English style, are varied and abundant with excellent cheeses, homemade products, cream, granola, and butter, yogurth, breads, exotic juices, variety of eggs with bacon sausages, marmalades, variety of fresh fruit offered on the table.

The Drawing Room

Is a charming space with large windows that look upon Cotopaxi and other volcanos. The main door leads out to the gardens. A cozy atmosphere and the warmth of the fireplace invite you to enjoy and relax in a family home surrounded by photographs that tell you of the past and present. A small honor bar is available next to a beautiful Inca wall.

Main Courtyard

The varied and influential inhabitants of San Agustín de Callo have contributed to the unique blend of architecture which creates the individual character of the house. In the main courtyard it is possible to see three distinct styles, Inca (Imperial style 15th century, construction style which the Incas used for their temples and palaces), Spanish Colonial (18th century) and Republican (19th century).

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