Cuzco — a city in southeastern Peru, the administrative center of the region of Cusco. The city is located in the heart of the Urubamba valley in the Andes at an altitude of over 3500 meters above sea level. In our days, Cusco has received two attractions that distinguish it from other South American cities. One of them — the geoglyphs on the slopes of the surrounding mountains, which have arisen forces of the Peruvian army in the mid-twentieth century. Second — the statue of Christ the gift to the city from the second half of the twentieth century. It's a little less than his famous predecessor from Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, but Cusco is also small.