The Incan people sacrificed their princess to the mountain god, Sebancaya. An offering, buried alive, for eternity in this dark tomb.
―Museum Guide[src]

Sebancaya was a mountain god among the Incas. In his honor, a princess was sacrificed.

Behind the Scenes Edit

  • Sebancaya's name comes from Sabancaya, a volcano located in the Andean region of southern Peru.


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