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LIMA, PERU –  A religious center more than 3,000 years old from the pre-Incan Chavin culture has been discovered by Peruvian researchers in the Congona archaeological zone in northern Peru’s Lambayeque region, archaeologist Walter Alva said Thursday.
After a month of archaeological research, a specialized team from the Royal Tombs of Sipan Museum in Lambayeque – headed by Alva, who directs the museum – discovered the religious sanctuary.
“We’re thinking that it’s an oracle from the Chavin epoch, with subterranean structures, enclosures and spaces reserved for the Chavin priests,” Alva said in an interview with Efe.

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