Los Paredones Inca enclosure was constructed at the time of the glorious Inca empire for specific administrative control purposes and served as a link between the coastal region and the mountains. These architectural remains are located at a distance of 2 kms from Nazca by the side of a few small hillocks. Identified by researchers as 'Walls' it was known during the Inca period as Caxamarca Inca.
Stretching for a length of almost 2 kilometers by 80 meters in width, it was from here at the 'Walls' the administrative controls of the Inca coastal regions were taken care of. Along with the residence of the representative of Cusco, this site demonstrates that maids, pageantry, servitude, soldiers, administrators and other people involved also shared this space. Visitors can witness three squares here now, alongside a tower from where Nazca valley is visible and several other places dedicated for worship during those times.