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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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  • I wondered if one would be able to really take in the lines simply from a tower, but was pleasantly surprised to find that the tower is very close indeed to three of the pictures, and the lines are sm...  more »
  • The tower is just a stop along a desert road, and is a cheaper alternative to flying. The views are obviously limited, but you can see a clear outline of the two lines near the viewing platform. It is...  more »
  • For those not planning to fly over the lines for lack of time or fear for flights with small aircraft, the mirador located on the road that leads directly to Nasca, can give some idea of a couple of these mysterious signs which still do not have an explanation form. I was not given any particular emotion, but it sure is better than nothing.
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