Nazca Lines

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geographical name Naz·ca Lines \ˈnä-skä\
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Nasca Lines

Definition of Nazca Lines

  1. site in southwestern Peru containing geometric shapes and animal figures of pre-Inca origin measuring up to hundreds of feet in length and best viewed from the air


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