Province of Lampa
The Province of Lampa was founded by the Aymaras during the pre-Inca period, and there are archeological vestiges with rock-art throughout the province like the Cave of the Bull and the Coyllata Cave, respectively 4 and 10 km (2.5 and 6 miles) from the city of Lampa.
Lampa is the capital of the province, and it is known as the “Pink City” for the color of its walls. There, you find vast forests of queñua trees, Puya Raimondis, and chinchilla breeding grounds among other attractions.
Pucara is famous for its pottery, especially the well-known “Toritos de Pucara” (Little Bulls of Pucara). The Pucara Stone Museum, displaying a group of stone monolith-like sculptures, steles, zoomorphic sculptures, ceramics, and other objects, is also worth a visit.
Archeological Complex of Kalasaya
Ceremonial center of the Pucara culture, which reached its peak between 250 B.C. and 380 A.D., the complex was built around 200 B.C. Two sectors can be distinguished: a ceremonial area composed by nine pyramids, and an urban zone.