Nazca Geoglyphs on Mountain Top

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3D Image

James Blake Wiener
by PeterRP
published on 12 December 2018

Flattened mountain at 3 km south of the city of Palpa, Peru with small geoglyphs similar to the larger ones in Nazca. Nasca and Palpa are now considered together as an UNESCO World Heritage Site (see The model was reconstructed using Pix4Dmapper Pro from images obtained by a Mavic Pro drone.

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