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The Nasca Lines
They are ancient geoglyphs located within the Nasca desert and that stand out for their impressive figures that range between 500 and 300 meters. UNESCO, in 1994, named them Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
It was the capital of the political and religious power of the rulers of the Nasca culture between the year 1 and 500, known for being one of the largest sets of pyramids and squares of pre-Hispanic times.
It is a cemetery of more than 1000 years old, in which there are exposed bone remains that belonged to the Poroma and Ica cultures. The site is considered the largest necropolis of the pre-Inca era.
Aqueducts of Cantalloc
A hydraulic system built by the Nasca culture during the pre-Columbian period of Peruvian history. Of the 46 aqueducts found, 32 continue to function for their original purpose.
It is a huge sand dune located about 20 kilometers from the city of Nazca. The base of the dune is at 1300 meters and its summit reaches 2080 meters.
It was characterized as an administrative control center between the coast and the mountains during the Inca Tupac Yupanqui period. Now, it is an archaeological site of the Inca culture located in the city of Nazca.
Aqueducts of Ocongalla
Built around 500 A.D. These aqueducts are located in the southern part of Nasca.
Maria Reiche Museum
It is a house-museum opened in 1994, in homage to the German archeologist Maria Reiche. In that place he lived and did his main studies.