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Men stand near a restored pre-Inca funerary tower known as chullpa, at the Qala Uta archaeological site near Quehuaya, on the slopes of the hills bordering Lake Titicaca in the Bolivian Andes some 70 km west of La Paz, during the presentation of six restored towers, on June 14, 2018. With financial support from Switzerland and in coordination with the Culture Ministry, locals have reconstructed six of the 300 chullpas which have been torn down by time or looting in the area. / AFP PHOTO / Aizar RALDES
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Picture of a restored pre-Inca funerary tower known as chullpa, erected at the Qala Uta archaeological site near Quehuaya, on the slopes of the hills bordering Lake Titicaca in the Bolivian Andes some 70 km west of La Paz, taken during the presentation of six restored towers, on June 14, 2018. With financial support from Switzerland and in coordination with the Culture Ministry, locals have reconstructed six of the 300 chullpas which have been torn down by time or looting in the area. / AFP PHOTO / Aizar RALDES
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Picture of a restored pre-Inca funerary tower known as chullpa, erected at the Qala Uta archaeological site near Quehuaya, on the slopes of the hills bordering Lake Titicaca in the Bolivian Andes some 70 km west of La Paz, taken during the presentation of six restored towers, on June 14, 2018. With financial support from Switzerland and in coordination with the Culture Ministry, locals have reconstructed six of the 300 chullpas which have been torn down by time or looting in the area. / AFP PHOTO / Aizar RALDES
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A restored pre-Inca funerary tower known as chullpa is seen between two men at the Qala Uta archaeological site near Quehuaya, on the slopes of the hills bordering Lake Titicaca in the Bolivian Andes some 70 km west of La Paz, taken during the presentation of six restored towers, on June 14, 2018. With financial support from Switzerland and in coordination with the Culture Ministry, locals have reconstructed six of the 300 chullpas which have been torn down by time or looting in the area. / AFP PHOTO / Aizar RALDES
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