Nazca Lines have been around for more than 2,000 years and on last Saturday a truck driver accidentally rode his vehicle over a few of them, causing damages. This was informed yesterday by the Ministry of Culture, who also explained that the driver will receive penalty charges for these actions. “The vehicle entered the Pampas […]

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Peruvian archaeologists celebrate the discovery of pre-Inca pieces in Cutervo. Let’s find out more!

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Archaeological sites have been damaged by the severe floods. Which ruins have been compromised?

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Experts believe the figures belonged to the elite class of the Moche culture around 650 A.C.

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Cooperation between the governments of Peru and the US saw the rightful return of stolen artifacts in an assembly held today in Washington, D.C.

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The mummy of a noblewoman was discovered in the sacred settlement last year, and the findings are being celebrated across the globe.

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A look back at the U.S. American archaeologist sixty years since his passing on June 6, 1956.

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Find out about the fire that blazes near Peru’s most treasured archeological artifact.

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The discovery of Señora de Cao changed the concept of Moche society and now researchers want to know what the relationship of the others buried along with her is.

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Huacas are somewhat forgotten by tourists and Peruvians alike however, a new project hopes to bring them back into the spotlight.

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