How about visiting something you can’t really see unless your feet aren’t on the ground? Check out the Nazca Lines in Nazca, Peru. Created between 300 BC and 700 AD, the 10,000 rocky lines form massive designs and shapes. The catch? You can’t see the whole designs unless you’re up in the air above them. So how did ancient Peruvians create those designs hundreds of years before the invention of the airplane? It’s a mystery.
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