Just northwest of the old Inca city of Moray lie the Maras Salt Pans, a slender crevasse through the pale pink Qaqawinay mountain packed with some 3,000 shallow pools. An artesian spring, as salty as the ocean, is deliberately poured through the individually owned pools as it has been for untold centuries.
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