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Truck driver for damaging ancient Heritage site in Peru

The nazca lines are drawings of animals in the sand, and other geometric shapes. They are dated probably from between 500 before and 500 after Christ, and are situated on the Peruvian coast south of Lima. Unesco put the nazca lines in 1994 on the world Heritage list.

Last Saturday destroyed a truck driver a part of this heritage, after he rammed. In total he drove about 100 metres on the lines. In his interrogation he said that he was just one of his bands wanted to replace.’

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Now let the Peruvian ministry of Culture the site is guarded by drones. It is not the first time that the nazca lines vandalized. In 2014, examples of activists of Greenpeace to the site within a stunt. They put a message on the site against the global warming.

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