National Geographic : 1913 Apr
Photo by Hiram Bingham THE PLAZA OF SAYLLA: CUZCO VALLEY In the Cuzco Valley, as well as on all the roads in the uplands of Peru, whenever an Indian passes through a village he stops to get a drink of chicha, the native beer, a large glass of which may be purchased for about two cents. When it is cleanly made, it is not disagreeable. Photo by Hiram Bingham A CORNER OF THE SAN FRANCISCO PLAZA: CUZCO In the market-places of Cuzco and other Peruvian cities pottery made by the Indians in the vicinity is usually to be bought for prices ranging from five to fifty cents. It is hand made, baked in primitive ovens, and rudely decorated with variegated designs.