|Location||Peru, Pasco Region, Pasco Province|
|Height||3,782 metres (12,408 ft)|
Qaqapatan (Quechua) is an archaeological site with rock paintings in Peru. It lies in the Pasco Region, Pasco Province, Yarusyacán District, at a height of 3,787 metres (12,425 ft). Qaqapatan is situated at a height of 3,782 metres (12,408 ft) at the foot of the mountain Qayakuna in the village Quchaq (Cochac), north of the town Cerro de Pasco.
- "Pinturas Rupestres de Qaqapatan". mincetur. Retrieved March 21, 2014.
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