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  • proper noun A series of ancient geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru.

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Examples

  • LIMA, Peru - Peruvian officials say a small plane has crashed near the famed ancient geoglyphs known as the Nazca Lines, killing all seven on board.

    daytondailynews.com - News

  • The Nazca Lines in Peru are well known all over the world.

    American Southwest Geoglyphs--a Message to Ancient UFO Visitors?

  • The sprawling monumental site of Tiwanaku, which dates back to some 1500 BC, has never made it onto the radar of international tourists, in the way, say, that Machu Picchu or the Nazca Lines in neighboring Peru have.

    Blame it on Lonely Planet?

  • Theses are images of the Nazca Lines that freak me out lots.

    The Eye in the Sky

  • Theses are images of the Nazca Lines that freak me out lots.

    AAAAARGH! URGH! AAARGH!

  • Theses are images of the Nazca Lines that freak me out lots.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • We had paid for a longer flight that would cover the Palpa Geoglyphs in addition to the Nazca Lines.

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  • For more information about the Nazca Lines, do Google, and Google Images should be good, too.

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  • This was the crunch part of thetrip, the long travel days we opted for endured? nah, too strong in order to see the Nazca Lines.

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  • For the Nazca Lines alone, the flight is only 30 minutes; the Palpa figures give you another 30 minutes in the air.

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