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

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Nazca: Tourism and Internet
Above all since Nazca became popular by E. v. Däniken’s theories, tourism developed and is now the most important economic sector there with annually 140.000 visitors.
The most frequent aim for tourists is a flight over the geoglyphs, alternatively a panorama from the look-out tower as well as others like the nearby small Maria Reiche museum, Cahuachi or the Puquios.
Accompaniment of tourism: a geoglyph made by esoterians – amidst of ancient ones!
Searching the net for 'Nazca' or 'Nasca', serious entries disappear totally in comparision to more or less obscure theories. With these two keywords you get three times more entries as using 'Neuschwanstein' (famous Bavarian castle)!
Apart from geoglyph flights: sandboarding in the desert on offer
Examples of hotel and trip advertisement in Nazca
Panoramio / Gabriella Capanni
volker.umpfenbach.de
Giehrt-dresden.eu
picasaweb.google.com / maje
Panoramio / Giorgio Radivo
wch.unesco.org
paleoseti.com
nazcamysteries.com
nidodelcondornasca.com
hotelmajoro.com
hotelalegria.net

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