The Chandelier, Paracas
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Try to unravel a mystery that has long stumped historians at The Chandelier. Carved into a sandstone slope around 2,000 years ago, the massive geoglyph depicts a three-armed candelabra, whose significance remains a topic of debate. Some experts believe the symbol to be related to similar iconography found hundreds of miles away in Nazca, although the larger connection between the two places remains a mystery. Take a boat tour of the Ballestas Islands to witness the enigma--you can only see the carving from the water. Plan your visit to The Chandelier and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Paracas tour planner.
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Some of the people on our tour decided to rest and not participate on this boat ride. DO NOT MISS THIS! We all agreed that after Machu Picchu, this was the second highlight of our tour. The Chandelier... read more »
εντυπωσιακό,μεγαλοπρεπές,μυστηριακό σύμβολο, κανείς δεν ξέρει ποιος το έκανε και τι σκοπό είχε αλλά με το που το βλέπεις θεωρείς ότι είναι κάτι σημαντικόimpressive, majestic, mysterious symbol, nobody knows who did it and what was intended but I see you consider that is something importantshow original
Le dessin est tres visible depuis les bateaux de Ballestas, la conservation est impressionante du fait de sa situation protegee du vent. Une belle etape vers BallestasThe drawing is very visible from boats of Ballestas, conservation is impressive due to its location protected from the wind. A nice step towards Ballestasshow original
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