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Easter Island’s ecological disaster, a remarkable cultural legacy Special

Hanga Roa - The small island in the Pacific Ocean contains amazing vestiges of an outstanding cultural phenomenon which included the development of a society that built monumental sculptures and ended by conflict, over-population and environmental deterioration.

Archaeologists find royal kitchen at ancient Mayan city of Kabah

Mexico - Recent investigations at the archaeological site of Kabah in Yucatan resulted in the discovery of the royal kitchen of this ancient Mayan city; the cooking facilities and utensils found there may be as old as 1,000 years.

Pachacamac — Sacred City of the Incas by the Lurin River Special

Lima - Pachacamac is one of the largest and most important archaeological sites in Peru and by the XV Century it was the most venerated "Huaca" (oracle) of the Andean world; some legends and myths of the pre-Hispanic civilization still exist today.

A visit to the ‘Larco Museum’ of pre-Columbian art in Lima Special

Lima - Although the famous Nazca lines and the citadel of Machu Picchu are the best internationally known cultural expressions of ancient Peru, there are plenty of other archaeological treasures many of which can be viewed at the Larco Museum in Lima.
 

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Moais on the slope of volcano Rano-Raraku. Most of these moais are still unfinished and remain near ...
Moais on the slope of volcano Rano-Raraku. Most of these moais are still unfinished and remain near the quarry with most of the body underground.
Moais at Ahu Tahai face inland.
Moais at Ahu Tahai face inland.
Typical view of the desert while travelling from Lima to the archaeological site of Caral located on...
Typical view of the desert while travelling from Lima to the archaeological site of Caral located on the Supe River Valley.

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