Pachacamac, Peru. There are 14 Pyramids with Ramps.

These pyramids are, in reality, complex, walled, multi-level platforms accessible by a series of short straight ramps. They have varied orientations and are built primarily of adobe bricks and tapia (pounded earthen blocks). They date to the pre-Inca period of the Señorío de Ychsma, ca. C.E. 1100-1460. There are also major Incaic constructions (ca. C.E. 1460-1533) in this sector, including the Pilgrims' Plaza, the Convent of the Mamacunas, the Quipu House, and the Tauri-Chumpi Palace.
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