Japanese scientists find two new geoglyphs in Nazca
Scientists from Yamagata University have reported finding two new geoglyphs in southern Peru’s Nazca province.
The geoglyphs are located close to the Nazca Lines, one of Peru’s most popular attractions where tourist planes routinely fly over the ancient geoglyphs of monkeys, hummingbirds and spiders. The Lines are a UNESCO world heritage, created between 500 B.C. and A.D. 500, and are among the world’s greatest archaeological enigmas. (more…)