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The Nazca Lines / ˈ n æ z k ɑː / are a group of very large geoglyphs made in the soil of the Nazca Desert in southern Peru. They were created between BC and AD by people making depressions or shallow incisions in the desert floor, removing pebbles and leaving differently colored dirt exposed. In the years leading up to , between 80 and new figures had been found with the Inscription: (18th Session).

 · Nazca Design — for photonic IC. Nazca is an open-source framework which rethinks the Photonics IC design flow from the ground up. The goal is to make high-quality PIC design easier, cheaper and faster for commercial, research and academic designers.

Nazca, culture located on the southern coast of present-day Peru during the Early Intermediate Period (c. bc–ad ), so called from the Nazca Valley but including also the Pisco, Chincha, Ica, Palpa, and Acarí valleys. Nazca pottery is polychrome. Modeling was sometimes employed, particularly.

Nazca Lines Flights. Take to the skies and discover the incredible Nazca Lines for yourself! Only truly visible from the skies, there’s no better way to take it all in than a flight over the fascinating geoglyphs carved into the surface.

About Nazca. Taking a light aircraft flight over the plains miles south of Lima is the best way to appreciate the Nasca Lines, the World Heritage-designated geoglyphs etched into the stony desert surface. The creators and meaning behind these startlingly precise abstracts and animal figures remain a mystery, but their discovery.

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  1.  · The Nazca civilization flourished on the southern coast of Peru between BCE and CE. They settled in the Nazca and other surrounding valleys with their principal religious and urban sites being Cahuachi and Ventilla, respectively. The culture is noted for its distinctive pottery, textiles, and the geoglyphs made on the desert floor known as Nazca : Mark Cartwright.

  2.  · The Nazca Lines are a collection of giant geoglyphs—designs or motifs etched into the ground—located in the Peruvian coastal plain about miles ( kilometers) south of Lima, Peru.

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