Nazca Lines .. World heritage that is related to Aliens

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The Nazca Lines are a variety of geometrical lines, including straight, parallel, winding and circular geoglyphs stretching over 400 km, to some animals, birds, fish and plants on dry land in the Peruvian desert.

The mysterious surface of the land is about 900 gigawlphs, with a maximum area of ​​more than 300 meters, animal-drawn spider, humming bird, eagles, fish, monkeys, and about 1,000 swans.

Its origin and discovery

Scientists believe that it was painted between 500 and 200 BC by the Inca civilization that existed at the time, and that civilization disappeared over time and did not disappear its giant drawings, but remained unknown until recently.

The Nazca lines were not widely known until 1930 when they were spotted by aircraft during surveys of water and plains, and were listed by UNESCO in the World Heritage List in 1994 as important and ambiguous.

Explanations of scientists have

In a number of attempts by archaeologists and explorers to solve the mystery of these lines, which retain clear graphics and in a very dry and shameful place and are still visible despite the erosion and passage of thousands of years, some scientists have suggested that they may have been drawn for astronomical purposes or for guidance on the existence of groundwater.

Some assumed that Nazca’s lines were drawn to attract aliens, especially that they were giant drawings with some strange graphics resembling the imaginations of space objects. Perhaps they were drawn to land on by their vehicles, and other explorers went on to say that they may have been drawn by ancient Incas It was a fee for animals and their people were sanctifying animals then.

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