Nazca Lines

UNESCO estimates Peru's famous geoglyphs are around 2,000 years old.
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The Peruvian government plans to open a criminal investigation into the matter and is reportedly attempting to bar those
Pilot and researcher Eduardo Herrán Gómez de la Torre, who made the discovery in late July, told the Peruvian newspaper El
Some lines are set out to frame pyramid structures, Stanish said. The lines are parallel, but because parallel lines seem
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Many of the Nazca lines are miles long and perfectly straight: Ruggles and a colleague, Nicholas Saunders, of the University
"[M]any megalithic sites with features in common with European megaliths have been located: Some 300 are known but have not