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Unexplored Curiosities of Quito

Did you ever hear about the Litopuncture ? Lito (stone in greek).

Quito is at a point that connects the energy of the Atlantic Ocean in the  north with the energy of the Pacific Ocean to the south.

The Slovenian sculptor Marko Pogacnik ,  identified a series of energy points that run north – south of Quito. To the north this energy connects us to Caracas. This is how the city of Quito energy becomes an alley that is connected in all directions.monolito-002

These energy points start at the Parque El Heraldo in Batan Bajo (north of the city), where there is a monolith that includes the energy coming from the Atlantic, then continues to the south, with the monolith Park Carolina, there continues in the Circassian Park (Colon y 10 de Agosto) further south the Basilica this Matovelle the Park, from there it connects to a very important site this is the Plaza de la Independencia, in this place is in the back of the monument to independence a bronze plaque.

Continues on the Panecillo or Shungo Loma –(Loma the Corazón),  then monolith located in the Parque de la Magdalena, from here we go to  Barrio de Santa Anita, and last  the Monolith Park Chillogallo. The monoliths are located in a straight line from north to south but on this route there are two monoliths that connect the eastern and western side of the city with the Amazon, this is the monolith Itchimbia and the other conection is the Parque Machangara (El Sena).

Continues on the Panecillo or Shungo Loma –(Loma the Corazón),  then monolith located in the Parque de la Magdalena, from here we go to  Barrio de Santa Anita, and last  the Monolith Park Chillogallo.

The monoliths are located in a straight line from north to south but on this route there are two monoliths that connect the eastern and western side of the city with the Amazon, this is the monolith Itchimbia and the other conection is the Parque Machangara (El Sena).

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