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Is it worth visiting the Nazca Lines from the ground if seeing them from a plane is not an option?
The Nazca lines are some very famous geoglyphs in Peru. For example you can see a dog in this picture: Picture from Wikipedia From a plane or a satelitte or something similar, this looks really ...
Dec 20 '11 at 16:23
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