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  • Peru Ancestral
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The ancient Nasquenses, built aqueducts to be able to have water throughout the year; works that on the other hand must have meant a great physical effort, organized and technical direction of hydraulic engineers. Their shots are in the heights of Nazca and take by infiltration the groundwater to take them to the city. The most important aqueducts are: Ocaña, Matara, Uchulla, Tejeje, Bisambra, Aja, Curve, Llícuas, Soisonguito, Copara and Achirana.

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Caitlyn Nunez

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The Nazca Aqueducts are an incredible feat of engineering and a testament to the ingenuity of the Nazca people. The ancient aqueducts are still in use today, with many local communities relying on their water supply.

December 17, 2022
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