Tour Acueducts of Cantalloc, Paredones ruins and ” The Agujas” geoglyph
Some 2,000 years ago, in a coastal region of Peru that receives less than 4 millimetres of rain annually, an ancient civilization flourished around an agriculture economy. The Nazcas’ intricate engineering of subterranean aqueducts was the life force that supported their entire civilization. The system tapped into naturally occurring underground reservoirs at the base of the Nazca Mountains, using a series of horizontal trenches to funnel the water on its way to the sea. Dotting the surface of these underground aqueducts were dozens, perhaps even hundreds, of spiral-shaped wells known as puquios. Thirty-six of these unique structures still exist today, with many still serving as a source of fresh water for the local population.
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