Waqrapukara comprises of two structures:
The main structure is situated in the upper part, in the center where you can see two fenced-in areas that are isolated by a large focal space with two entrances.
It is outstanding how the stone arrangements were incorporated as a part of the entire structure. Dividers on the edge of the cliff make it follow to the natural rocks. Because of their engineering attributes, it seems they would relate to modern structures today.
The following gathering is situated in the lower part and includes 8 walls around 153 meters in length and a height of 1.80 meters that follow the geography of the landscape. At the west end, it presents two walled in areas with twofold jamba ranges, specialties, and fine apparatus. Another 5 walled in areas can be seen at the east end.
Area: The archeological landmark of Waqrapukara is situated in the area of Acos, the region of Acomayo – Cusco.