Nasca Lines and Jumana Pampas


Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.

Two hours from Ica, the incredible lines trace a variety of figures, including animals, birds and divinities,covering a desert area of more than 450 km2 (174 sq. miles). The Nazca Lines, discovered in 1927, are the most important legacy left by the Nazca culture, which flourished in 300 BC. The lines are sometimes 300 meters (984 feet) long, which means they can only be seen from above.


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