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An engineering work that can not be repeated today. Accessible and easy to maintain today, Nazca takes advantage of those who have had the intelligence to create this engineering jewel.
Cantalloc Aqueduct and the Aqueduct is part of this unbelievable water system. We visited both...More
We have read a lot about these aqueducts, but didn't have time to visit. Nevertheless, the Aero Palcazu pilot who took us to Nasca an Palpa lines also gave us this great view. We'd love to go if only we would have enough time.
These mysterious series of spiral wells are an integral part of a system of underground aqueducts that brings clean water from the mountains to irrigate desert agriculture. It is an amazing sight and technological achievement and fascinating to see.
These aqueducts are still working. Very ingenious. The spirals “breathers” are amazing to keep the water flowing. You can walk by the spirals and get very close to the water and even drink it because it’s very pure. It’s special to wonder how this was...More
It is great to see these aqueducts from up close. The fact that they are still in use testifies to the robustness of this system that resisted earthquakes. The design with strong wood overlaying the waterways, with the circles and spirals of stones on top,...More