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The only indisputable fact is that they are located in South America, at the Nazca Desert plateau in the southern part of Peru.
I even got one of those tornadoes on video during our take-off.They are carved about 135 cm wide and 40-50 cm deep in the ground.It is impossible to recognize an actual image from the ground level, as "one can only see the big picture from the distance".In a few minutes we were flying 600 meters above the desert. If the second pilot (a girl) wouldn't point it out, I would miss it.Expecting to see large geoglyphs, your mind doesn't want adjust to their true size right away.When we were half way there Dima noticed that the policeman was no longer asleep. We got up in the air, shot several spherical panoramas and landed, constantly glancing back at the policeman. In about half an hour I climbed up from another ravine just to find a completely empty road: the police Jeep drove away. Now, we must say that the crime rate in Peru is quite high, so local car alarms are designed to lock the doors automatically if the engine is not started in a couple of minutes after you open the car.
Instead, he got out of the car and was watching us! And once the engine starts, doors get locked right away.The Minister-Archeologist was absent from his office when we came there in the morning.His secretary explained by gestures (because almost nobody speaks English there) that we'd have to return after lunch. Dima suggested flying over the desert on a small airplane. Although I have a great flying experience, this gave me more adrenaline than flying a motorized hang glider.However this is where the indisputable facts end, leaving the scientists with numerous unsolved mysteries.Scattered around the plateau, the lines are gigantic geoglyphs representing geometrical and nature objects.We found one of them right on the Pan-American Highway near Nazca, and another one — about 30 kilometers towards Palpa.