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The ‘Candelabra of the Andes’ - Bad Archaeology
A geoglyph (an enormous image drawn on the ground surface) at Pisco Bay (Perú) is often regarded as one of the more mysterious archaeological sites of South America. Often called the Candlestick of the Andes because of its resemblance to a three-branched candlestick, it is incised onto a hillside, enabling it to be seen from …