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Nasca Collection

Discover the captivating mystery of Nasca, Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: Monkey, Nazca (Nasca) Lines

Monkey, Nazca (Nasca) Lines, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America

Background imageNasca Collection: The Astronaut Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

The Astronaut Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: The Lizard Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

The Lizard Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: The Humming Bird Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

The Humming Bird Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: Trapezoid Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Trapezoid Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: The Whale Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

The Whale Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: The Parrot Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

The Parrot Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: The Condor Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

The Condor Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: The Hands Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

The Hands Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: The Spider Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

The Spider Geoglyph, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: Spirals Geoglyphs, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Spirals Geoglyphs, aerial view, Nazca, Ica Region, Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: Headdress ornament, 400 BC - AD 600 (gold)

Headdress ornament, 400 BC - AD 600 (gold)
1068478 Headdress ornament, 400 BC - AD 600 (gold) by Nazca Culture; 18.4x20.5 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, USA; The Nora and John Wise Collection (loan); South American, out of copyright

Background imageNasca Collection: A Nazca polychrome vessel in the form of a dignitarys head with goatee

A Nazca polychrome vessel in the form of a dignitarys head with goatee
1767135 A Nazca polychrome vessel in the form of a dignitarys head with goatee, moustache and curling sideburns, c.200-600 by Nazca Culture; 14.6 high cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageNasca Collection: Double-Spout Bottle: Deity with Feline Head, 100 BC - AD 200 (ceramic with slips)

Double-Spout Bottle: Deity with Feline Head, 100 BC - AD 200 (ceramic with slips)
1067190 Double-Spout Bottle: Deity with Feline Head, 100 BC - AD 200 (ceramic with slips) by Nazca Culture; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, USA; Dallas Art Association Purchase; South American

Background imageNasca Collection: Head of Medusa, from Peru (gold)

Head of Medusa, from Peru (gold)
XBP343620 Head of Medusa, from Peru (gold) by Nazca Culture; Private Collection; Photo eBoltin Picture Library; South American, out of copyright

Background imageNasca Collection: A Nazca-Huari feather tunic, c. 700-1100 (cotton, feathers)

A Nazca-Huari feather tunic, c. 700-1100 (cotton, feathers)
1767138 A Nazca-Huari feather tunic, c. 700-1100 (cotton, feathers) by Nazca Culture; 152.5.x81.4 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: A Nazca-Huari feather tunic, ca. A.D. 700-1100. 152.5 cm)

Background imageNasca Collection: Vessel depicting a wounded warrior, Early Intermediate period, Nazca Phase 7, c

Vessel depicting a wounded warrior, Early Intermediate period, Nazca Phase 7, c
1068203 Vessel depicting a wounded warrior, Early Intermediate period, Nazca Phase 7, c.500-600 (ceramic) by Nazca Culture; 20.3x14.6x14.9 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas

Background imageNasca Collection: Nazca Mummies, Ica, Peru, 2015. Creator: Luis Rosendo

Nazca Mummies, Ica, Peru, 2015. Creator: Luis Rosendo
Nazca Mummy. The Nazca culture (also Nasca) was the archaeological culture that flourished from c.?100 BC to 800 AD beside the arid

Background imageNasca Collection: Tunic Profile Animals Checkerboards 700 BC-AD 650

Tunic Profile Animals Checkerboards 700 BC-AD 650
Tunic with Profile Animals and Checkerboards, 700 BC-AD 650. Peru, South Coast, Paracas or Nasca? (700 BC-AD 650). Cotton; dye-patterned plain-weave; overall: 72.4 x 104.1 cm (28 1/2 x 41 in.)

Background imageNasca Collection: near Nasca, Peru. Skull with braided hair and skin, showing teeth badly worn down

near Nasca, Peru. Skull with braided hair and skin, showing teeth badly worn down; Chauchilla cemetary

Background imageNasca Collection: Nazca line

Nazca line seen from the ground. These lines make up the geoglyphs, or landscape drawings, found in the coastal desert of southern Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: Nazca lines

Nazca lines representing part of the leg of a spider, seen from the ground at sunrise. There are hundreds of geoglyphs, or landscape drawings, in the coastal desert of southern Peru

Background imageNasca Collection: Nazca lines

Nazca lines. Aerial photograph of a geoglyph, or landscape drawing, in the coastal desert of southern Peru. The white lines of this geoglyph represent a hummingbird with its beak extending to upper

Background imageNasca Collection: Spider, Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America

Spider, Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America

Background imageNasca Collection: Hummingbird, Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru

Hummingbird, Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America

Background imageNasca Collection: Spaceman, Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America

Spaceman, Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America

Background imageNasca Collection: Whale, Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America

Whale, Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America

Background imageNasca Collection: Trapezoids, Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America

Trapezoids, Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America

Background imageNasca Collection: Spider, Nazca (Nasca) Lines

Spider, Nazca (Nasca) Lines, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America

Background imageNasca Collection: Trapezoid, Nazca Lines (Nasca Lines)

Trapezoid, Nazca Lines (Nasca Lines), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peru, South America


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Discover the captivating mystery of Nasca, Peru. Nestled in the Ica Region, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to an ancient civilization that left behind remarkable geoglyphs and lines etched into the desert floor. As you explore Nasca, prepare to be amazed by the Monkey Geoglyph. This enormous figure stretches across the landscape, showcasing incredible precision and artistry. Its intricate details are a testament to the skill and creativity of its creators. Venture further and encounter another awe-inspiring sight - the Hummingbird Geoglyph. From high above, it appears as if this delicate creature is suspended in mid-air. The sheer scale of this artwork will leave you breathless. Continue your journey through time as you witness more fascinating geoglyphs like the Lizard and Trapezoid. These enigmatic shapes hold secrets yet to be fully understood by modern archaeologists. The Whale Geoglyph stands out with its majestic presence on the desert canvas while nearby, a vibrant Parrot takes flight in stone form. Each geoglyph tells a story from a distant past, inviting us to unravel their meaning. Marvel at one of nature's most magnificent creatures depicted in stone - The Condor Geoglyph. Its wingspan spans over 400 feet, symbolizing freedom and power that once reigned over these lands. The Hands Geoglyph offers an intriguing glimpse into ancient rituals or perhaps serves as a celestial map guiding lost souls towards salvation. It sparks curiosity about those who meticulously crafted these lines centuries ago. Prepare for an encounter with arachnid wonderment when you come face-to-face with The Spider Geoglyph. Its eight legs sprawl across vast distances, leaving visitors mesmerized by its complexity. Amongst these earthly wonders lies an unexpected surprise - The Astronaut Geoglyph. A mysterious depiction of what seems like an astronaut adorns this barren land; raising questions about possible extraterrestrial connections.