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Torre Mirador de Las Lines de Nasca, Nazca

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Torre Mirador de Las Lines de Nasca provides views of a World Heritage Site featuring a series of ancient geoglyphs strewn across the desert. Hundreds of huge images of animals were created here by removing reddish pebbles to reveal whitish ground beneath; this work was likely performed by the Nazca culture centuries ago. Despite the passage of time, the windless conditions of the area preserve this precious artwork. Today, visitors can climb a watchtower or surrounding foothills to get a better glimpse of the images. Make Torre Mirador de Las Lines de Nasca part of your personalized Nazca itinerary using our Nazca trip generator.
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  • From this small Mirador on the Panamericana Nasca civilization can be seen between this estimated 300 geoglyphs b.c. and 200 a.d. On the right you will see a picture of a cactus, left to 2 hands, one with 4 fingers coincidence even Mrs. Maria Reiche who noted in 1903 had 4 fingers in one hand. The mystery remains. Experience at least 40 degrees in the desert to completion or alternatively to the overflight.
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  • It is a vantage point that offers the possibility to learn about, as the Nazca lines are... something that you can't do if you fly.
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  • This is just a small stop on the road to Nazca. There is a small car park on one side of the road, you walk across and there is a small-ish platform that one has to climb to get a better view of some ...  more »