Nazca Lines

On the vast desert etched with enigmatic figures were hard to see, the Nazca Lines.
Nazca lines, or geoglyphs, are massive mysterious drawings on the desert plateaus of Peru that have been talked about since the 1920s when airplanes began to fly between Lima and the southern Peruvian city of Arequipa.
The geoglyphs are diverse, from trapezoids, rectangles and triangles among other geometrical figures until naturalist and abstract such as hands and spirals, going through animals, humans and plants. The Nazca Lines was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO (1994).

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