Georg Gerster

Nazca, PERU

A set of triangles and parallel lines ascending a hill from a dry river bed. These are among many geometric ground drawings comprising of lines and spirals created by the pre-Inca Nazca culture in Southern Peru between 200 BCE and 600 CE. These giant geoglyphs, etched into the Pampa de Nazca, are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Georg Gerster
City
Nazca
Country
PERU
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23.97 x 36 cm (300 dpi)
9.44 x 14.17 inch (300 dpi)
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