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Overflight Nasca Lines

The Nasca lines are a collection of giant geoglyphs or motifs drawn in the ground and are located about 400 km south of Lima, near the town of Nasca. They are made by the ancient Nazca culture in South America and are depictions of various plants, animals and shapes. The 2000-year-old Nazca lines can only be properly seen from the air given their enormous size. Despite the fact that they have been studied for more than 80 years, they are still a mystery to researchers.

During this scenic flight of about 25 minutes, one gets a good idea of the size and size of these lines. lijnen.

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