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

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Damages and destruction in the geoglyph core area
The construction of the Panamericana since 1937 cut not only the geoglyph areas, but also an animal drawing. Later, the road was a comfortable initial point for senseless soil removals and – forbidden today! – for tourist journeys to the figural geoglyphs.
Cologne cathedral for size relation
Figural drawings emphasized
runway
maze of vehicle trails
intersected lizard
look-out tower
tree
hands
’iguana’
(sightseeing aeroplane)
Panamericana
gravel road
soil removing
’flower’
removing of the uppermost soil
unknown, anciently damaged by trapezoid
spider
QuickBird 2005 DigitalGlobe, distrib. by Eurimage

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