Perspectives in the Pampa: ancient american huge ground drawings in Peru's desert

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High up to mountains and far into waste valleys
Geoglyphs at the edge of their dispersion
The highest situated geoglyphs visible in satellite images, on waste mountains crests up to more than 1000 m
In a remote dry and not arable lateral valley of the Río Ingenio these geoglyphs can be found up to 7 km distant from habitable land.
Geoglyphs on an alluvial cone at the Río Ingenio valley carved into the foothills of the Andes. To the left the recently (and anciently) irrigated and cultivated valley ground.
Valley
Valley (irrigated)
Lootings
all images: QuickBird © 2002 DigitalGlobe, distrib. by Eurimage
 

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