Supay Huasi is a series of rupestrian paintings near Sucre, Bolivia, which correspond to the era on which ceramic pieces began to be painted in the Valley area of Bolivia. The name means House of the Devil. The actual scenery and the overall beauty of the place are additional attractions.

Supay Huasi
Supay Huasi
Supay Huasi

Pictographics. Representative rock panels probably from the same era as those of Inca machay even though the motives are different. They are anthropomorphic and zoomorphic with some ideographic characters.

Supay Huasi is a series of rupestrian paintings which correspond to the era on which ceramic pieces began to be painted in the Valley area of Bolivia. The name means "House of the Devil". The actual scenery and the overall beauty of the place are additional attractions.

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