Santo Domingo geoglyphs still in danger from invaders

The destruction of a 600-year-old geoglyphs in Trujillo made headlines in April after agricultural invaders attempted to erase the structure to make room for crops.

Since the incident was discovered investigators have searched the region to find out that hundreds in the area have been destroyed and remain in danger.

El Comercio reported yesterday, two months after the destruction, that the geoglyphs continue to face invasion and threats from agricultural invaders.

On May 21, the Ministry of Culture announced 250 hectares of previously destroyed geoglyphs had been restored.

Despite few advancements, in the district of Laredo in Trujillo, the Santo Domingo gorge is still seeking protection and continues to be invaded. (source)

Illustrated Cocktail Hour: Pisco Sour

This one brings back memories from traveling in Peru and Chile - frosty, fresh and strong. 

And, I’m awaiting a test print of my cocktails poster. As soon as it arrives, I will check it out and post asap!

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