Pukará de Punta Brava
The fort is towards the interior from Tierra Amarilla, beside the Río Copiapó, near the village of Los Loros.
It is an Archaeological District located at the foot of a fort, or as the pre -Columbian peoples called it, pukará. Here you will find remnants of pre-Hispanic mining works and cave paintings.
The pukará itself is at the top of Punta Brava hill, from which it takes its name. It consists of a rather widely scattered series of dwellings.
It was declared a National Monument in 1982.