Jan 062012
Nazca Lines

The Nazca lines, among the world’s most iconic and enigmatic attractions, risk being overwhelmed by tourism, according to global heritage experts.
Each year, tens of thousands of tourists visit the lines in southern Peru, which were drawn between 500BC and 500AD. Many of the strange geometric designs depict giant animals, including monkeys, spiders, birds and plants.
This article was published on the Daily Telegraph website. Read it here.

  •  6 January 2012