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The lines are located near kilometer marker 444 of the Panamericana Sur Highway. The area adjacent to the lines have reportedly also been affected, due to land being removed from the area.
Eduardo Herrán Gómez de la Torre, director of research at Ojos de Condor, described the extensive damage in the area. "We have witnessed the irreparable destruction to a set of lines and trapezoids that existed in the area,” Herrán said.
“The limestone firm responsible has not been sanctioned or supervised by the authorities of the Regional Directorate of Culture of Ica, despite being in this great archaeological reserve.”
...according to the daily, the private property is located within an area that was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, 18 years ago.
Originally posted by terriblyvexed
Jerks all day long!
I hope your post is bs, cause this sucks.
Thanks for the post, I'd look for more info, but I'm sure you're better on
a computer than I am.
A set of lines and tracings of the archaeological zone of Buenos Aires, located in the gorge of Socos in Nasca, were destroyed by heavy machinery Company of limestone aggregates Gálvez, who installed a few months ago quarries in that area to remove material for the construction.
Originally posted by Binder
reply to post by Iwinder
Nope not gas or oil Iwinder that's the really sad part. They were after limestone to repave the adjacent highway. Limestone is literally dirt cheap if you'll pardon the pun. You can get a 5 yard dump truck full of it for about a hundred bucks. Utterly shameful.