Photograph looking up in Room 60, Northern Palace
Room 60 Information
Considered part of the private habitation of the Inca (as are all rooms west of Rooms 1, 9, and 42), this room's walls are white-washed in color. It appears to have been fully roofed and the niches found on the front of its southern wall are double-framed. Its step-like elevations suggest this was a bed chamber, surely that of an Inca elite considering its location within the palace and easy access to Room 57, the imperial bath.