Puka Pukara is a site of military ruins in Peru situated in the Cusco Region, Cusco Province, Cusco District, near Cusco. This post is made of substantial dividers, porches, and staircases and was a piece of safeguard of Cusco specifically and the Inca Empire by and large. The name likely originates from the red shade of the stones at nightfall. Puka Pukara is a case of military engineering that likewise worked as an authoritative focus. In spite of the fact that there isn't as much referred to about Puka Pukara as a great deal of other Incan vestiges, there is a hypothesis that this site was most likely built amid the rule of Pachacutec.
Since he was the ninth leader of the domain, one might say that Puka Pukara was one of the later developments. The stones used to assemble the greater part of the dividers are unpredictably molded, stacked together in sort of an all over way to make dividers that are practical, yet missing particularly excellence to the extent design goes. Along these lines, it is conceivable that the structures and dividers were worked in fairly a surge on the grounds that the military base camp that Puka Pukara moved toward becoming was believed to be required rapidly.