Known as the "Riddle in the Sand," the mysterious Nazca Lines are a collection of about 300 large ancient geoglyphs etched in the Nazca Desert near Peru's southern coast. Some measuring as large as 660 feet across, the figures range from simple lines and geometric shapes to more intricate designs resembling birds, animals, fish, and humans. Who built them and what was their purpose? Some argue they make up a giant astronomical calendar. Others say they're a landing strip for UFOs. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, many scholars ascribe religious significance to them and believe they were created by the Nazca people between 400 and 650 AD.

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