At the Vinapu archaeological complex there are two Ahus. The main ahu is called Ahu Vinapu I or Ahu Thaira. All Moais were also knocked off the pedestal here. The Moais lie upside down in the grass. There are also a few heads lying around looking up. These have been surrounded with stone circles to separate them from the moais, so that nobody step on them by mistake. It is said in former times there was a female statue with 2 heads. However, nothing of it is recognizable anymore.
The highlight of Vinapu is the wall of Ahu Thaira. This wall is architecturally probably the best and also differs from the other walls on the island. The stones were inserted accurately. This corresponds to the typical construction method of the Incas, as you can admire in Peru. If you have been to Peru yourself, you will notice the similarity immediately.
Does this mean that the Incas were on the island? Unfortunately, as so often, there is no answer to this question. Easter Island is and remains a big secret.