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The Coricancha (quechua: Quri Qancha, «golden temple»; originally Inti Qancha, «Temple of the Sun») was an ancient Inca temple in Cusco, Peru, over which the Convento de Santo Domingo was built.

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sun temple
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Instance ofsun temple,
archaeological site
LocationCusco, Peru
Mountain range
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13° 31′ 12.4″ S, 71° 58′ 32.59″ W

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