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Gov. Culture sector staff found the effects on a trapezoid and a line located at the bottom of a small rocky elevation.
The Trans Galvez company, dedicated to the processing of asphalt layer, was reported to the prosecution for causing damage to the Nasca lines.
Staff of the Regional Directorate of Culture (DRC) of Ica found the effects on a trapezoid and a line located at the bottom of a small rocky elevation.
The CRD has determined that the affected area itself is located within the area subject to the Nasca lines and geoglyphs and the area included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage.
In response, prosecutors filed criminal charges against the company shift Gálvez Trans EIRL and the people that are responsible for the alleged crime against cultural property in their mode of attacks on archaeological monuments.
Lines and Geoglyphs of Nasca and Pampas de Jumana is spread over an area of approximately 450 square kilometers and has been inscribed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO in 1994.
Around the area are residential and monumental archaeological sites, geoglyphs, petroglyphs, aqueducts, roads and cemeteries systems prehispanic are scattered and full registration and study.
Originally posted by circuitsports
you don't even know what your talking about the sites weren't destroyed, only a small non iconic section was affected - read more, fake outrage less
edit on 22-4-2013 by circuitsports because: (no reason given)