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The '''Nazca Lines''' {{IPAc-en|'|n|ae|z|k|@}} are a series of ancient [[geoglyph]]s located in the [[Nazca Province|Nazca Desert]] in southern [[Peru]]. They were designated a [[UNESCO]] [[World Heritage Site]] in 1994. The high, arid plateau stretches more than {{convert|80|km|mi}} between the towns of [[Nazca]] and [[Palpa, Peru|Palpa]] on the ''[[Pampas]] de Jumana'' about 400&nbsp;km south of [[Lima]]. Although some local geoglyphs resemble [[Paracas culture|Paracas motifs]], scholars believe the Nazca Lines were created by the [[Nazca culture]] between 400 and 650 AD.<ref>{{Cite journal |url=http://www.antiquity.ac.uk/Ant/065/Ant0650208.htm |title=New evidence for the date of the Nazca lines |author=Helaine Silverman, David Browne |journal=Antiquity |volume=65 |issue=247 |year= 1991 |pages=208–220 |postscript=<!--None-->}}</ref> The hundreds of individual figures range in complexity from simple lines to stylized [[hummingbirds]], [[spider]]s, [[monkey]]s, [[fish]], [[shark]]s, [[orca]]s, [[llamas]], and [[lizard]]s.
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Everyone who reads this is a TURD!The '''Nazca Lines''' {{IPAc-en|'|n|ae|z|k|@}} are a series of ancient [[geoglyph]]s located in the [[Nazca Province|Nazca Desert]] in southern [[Peru]]. They were designated a [[UNESCO]] [[World Heritage Site]] in 1994. The high, arid plateau stretches more than {{convert|80|km|mi}} between the towns of [[Nazca]] and [[Palpa, Peru|Palpa]] on the ''[[Pampas]] de Jumana'' about 400&nbsp;km south of [[Lima]]. Although some local geoglyphs resemble [[Paracas culture|Paracas motifs]], scholars believe the Nazca Lines were created by the [[Nazca culture]] between 400 and 650 AD.<ref>{{Cite journal |url=http://www.antiquity.ac.uk/Ant/065/Ant0650208.htm |title=New evidence for the date of the Nazca lines |author=Helaine Silverman, David Browne |journal=Antiquity |volume=65 |issue=247 |year= 1991 |pages=208–220 |postscript=<!--None-->}}</ref> The hundreds of individual figures range in complexity from simple lines to stylized [[hummingbirds]], [[spider]]s, [[monkey]]s, [[fish]], [[shark]]s, [[orca]]s, [[llamas]], and [[lizard]]s.
   
 
The lines are shallow designs made in the ground by removing the ubiquitous reddish pebbles and uncovering the whitish ground beneath. Hundreds are simple lines or geometric shapes; more than seventy are [[zoomorphic]] designs of animals such as birds, fish, llamas, jaguar, monkey, or human figures. Other designs include phytomorphic shapes such as [[tree]]s and [[flower]]s. The largest figures are over {{convert|200|m|ft}} across. Scholars differ in interpreting the purpose of the designs, but in general they ascribe religious significance to them.
 
The lines are shallow designs made in the ground by removing the ubiquitous reddish pebbles and uncovering the whitish ground beneath. Hundreds are simple lines or geometric shapes; more than seventy are [[zoomorphic]] designs of animals such as birds, fish, llamas, jaguar, monkey, or human figures. Other designs include phytomorphic shapes such as [[tree]]s and [[flower]]s. The largest figures are over {{convert|200|m|ft}} across. Scholars differ in interpreting the purpose of the designs, but in general they ascribe religious significance to them.
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