Category: South America
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Seldom ever visited and hard to find, Konko Wankane is a collection of stone carvings on the barren altiplano of Bolivia which dates from at least 2000 years ago, and may have given rise to the more famous Tiwanaku ci...
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In the small Peruvian town of Andahuayllilas there is a museum with a human like skeleton which confounds medical professionals. Watch here as an American doctor and nurse try to explain what it is they are observing.
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About seven years ago the news went around the world and all over the net. National Geographic published an article
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There are a series of hieroglyphics in a temple in Egypt which have stirred a lot of curiosity and speculation. Some believe they depict an army tank, a helicopter and other 20th century machines. Others think they ar...
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This short video shows great examples of ancient stone cutting technology that clearly existed prior to the famous Inca of Peru. It suggests that a very advanced society existed in the area thousands of years before t...
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Cusco Peru is of course well known as the capital of the Inca, from 1100 to 1533 AD. However, new excavations of a major Inca road has shown that an even more ancient city may lay below the Inca capital...
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