National Geographic : 1913 Apr
Photo by L. T. Nelson A SCENE AT SICUANI STATION, SOUTHERN PERU At the railway stations between Lake Titicaca and Cuzco there were invariably groups of picturesquely clad Indians nearly always wearing a poncho, and sometimes felt hats, but more often the gaudily decorated reversible pancake-hat characteristic of this part of Peru. Photo by Hiram Bingham A FOUR-HORNED SHEEP: CUZCO, PERU In the Cuzco Valley may be seen many flocks of sheep. Most of them are of poor quality and they do not compare. favorably with the blooded stock in Argentina. A not uncommon sight in the Cuzco herds is an occasional four-horned ram.