Machu Picchu means old mountain in which language?
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Machu Pichu is a pre-Columbian 15th-century Inca village on the topof the mountain situated from the urumba village.
Machu Picchu is in the Andes of Peru.
Machu Picchu is in a mountain range the Andes of Peru.
The moutain has the same name as the ancient city, Machu Picchu which means "Old Peak"
The Andes of Peru
20,000 years old
Machu Picchu is Quechua in origin meaning "ancient mountain".
The Inca spoke Quechua.
Yes, it's just off the the city of Cusco in Peru.
Mainly Quechua, but also some Spanish.
The actual name of the civilization is "Quechua". It's common to refer to this people as "Incas" but Incas were only the rulers.
It means old peak
Machu Picchu is the hispanicized spellingof the Quechua name MachuPikchu. It means "old peak" (Quechua machu "old" + pikchu "peak").