The CNN article "The stories behind 10 of the world's earliest known photographs" includes one entitled, "The Andes, likely Peru or Bolivia (1849)".
It does not specifically identify the location of the photo, and provides only this information other than its title:
"...this image of the Andean Mountains has been attributed to the American photographer Robert H. Vance.
The images were made using the first ever commercial photographic process, known as daguerreotype, in which mercury vapor was applied to a sheet of light-sensitive, silver-plated copper to leave a sharp impression of the scene or subject. ... It's one of the first known pictures of South America."
However the visible landscape has several seemingly distinctive features. In the upper right quadrant is a mountain which appears to have two distinct peaks. And in the foreground seems to be some buildings, stone walls, or ruins. Possibly remnants could still exist today.
Is there any way to identify the location from where the photo was taken and what the distant mountains are?