Architecture 101 by Nicole Bridge

Architecture 101 by Nicole Bridge

Author:Nicole Bridge
Language: eng
Format: epub, azw3
Publisher: F+W Media

Incan Roads

The road system in the Inca Empire was one of the most impressive in the ancient world. There were some 25,000 miles of road, many of which were paved with stone. These bridges and roads were often only wide enough for two llamas to pass one another. Two main highways ran parallel, one along the coast and the other through the highlands. These roads were always packed with travelers. The large number of river gorges complicated road building. To span these cliffs, the Incas made bridges from braided reeds that could be anchored to either side by a stone platform. An inspector came by regularly to examine them for safety and make any necessary repairs.


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