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5 Stumping Images of the Newly Discovered Nazca Lines

From Humanoids to animals, a group of researchers from Japan has identified a total of 143 previously unknown geoglyphs at…

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Hermit and Not a Hummingbird: Scientist Reclassify Etchings at Nazca Lines

A team of scientists from Japan has published a new study identifying new bird geoglyphs at the mysterious Nazca lines…

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The Palpa Lines; Ancient Symbols Carved in the Desert Floor 1,000 Years Before Nazca

When you speak about Peru, you can’t help and mention its incredibly rich history. Whether its ancient cities you want,…

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Here’s What Happens When The Nazca Lines are Plotted Over the Entire Planet

Located in the Nazca Desert in Southern Peru is a series of incredible geoglyphs, etched into the arid surface sometime…

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Archaeologists Reveal Discovery of 1,800-Year-Old Ancient Cemetery in Peru

A 1,800-year-old cemetery has been discovered after construction workers excavated a street in Peru in order to install gas pipes,…

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2,000-Year-Old Monolith Engraved With Mystery Symbols Scanned by Experts

Peru is a land of history, myths, and home of some of the most amazing ancient civilizations to ever live…

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Older Than History? 3 Reasons Why The Great Pyramid Could Predate Khufu

It is generally agreed on by mainstream Egyptologists that the Great Pyramid of Giza was built by Pharaoh Khufu as…

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Here are 5 Ancient History-Changing Papyri Discovered in Egypt

Thousands of years ago, people around the world sought out the way they could express themselves. Some did it by…

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Here Are 15 Facts About Pyramids You Won’t Find in History Books

I call it Pyramidomania. For some reason, ancient civilizations across the globe erected massive pyramids reaching for the skies. Using…

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Planet Earth

Here Are 23 of the Weirdest Places on Earth

Our planet is an awesome place. Not only because it’s the only place in the cosmos that supports life as…

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