The ruins are archeological remains that were discovered during excavation work for the construction of a house. The discovery was made in November, 1972. The ruins are unique in that there is evidence of the presence of Canaris, Incas, and Spaniards in the same space. You can see a system of aquaducts, limestone walls, and a mill. The mill was used to process grains such as corn and barley that grew in the area. During excavation, more than twenty thousand fragments and whole pieces of ceramic, stone, and metal were rescued. These finds are housed in the nearby museum which is an old colonial house from the Spanish occupation.
Here are the pictures of "Todos los Santos."