In a remote part of Peru, four different communities meet annually in an incredible challenge: the renovation of Q'eswachaka, the last suspension bridge made exclusively of vegetable fibers that is still preserved in the Andes.

For three days, men, women and children work together to build this original work of engineering on the Apurimac River, using ancestral techniques inherited from the Incas. A complex and risky process with which they consolidate their identity as a people and celebrate the renewal of life.

Original title: Q'eswachaka. The last Inca bridge

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