The Temple of the Sun is a stone building erected next to the skirts of the Pululahua volcano, whose walls encloses the vestiges of Indian history, both in paintings and sculptures, as in aromatic essences that evoke the past.
The temple-museum rises a few kilometers from the tourist monument of the Half of the World, which crowns the imaginary line that divides the planet into the northern and southern hemispheres.
These stone walls keep the history of the Ecuadorian natives. Stories of the past speak of colonization, and highlight the importance of nature and emphasize the basic principle of their ancestors: integrity. (I)