Líneas de Nazca

The Nazca lines, located in southern Peru, are a group of geoglyphs of pre-Columbian origin that are engraved in the desert sands of the region. The area has a total area of almost 1000 square km and gathers more than 300 different images that represent figures, such as animals and plants. In total, the geoglyphs are composed of more than 10,000 lines, some measuring 30 m wide and extending over more than 9 km, so they are clearly visible from the air or from the top of the nearby hills.

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