• Kyodo


Yamagata University said Wednesday it will open a research center in Peru in September at the site of the Nazca Lines, the ancient markings that have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The facility will operate for 15 years and research more than 1,000 of the “geoglyphs” and other ancient relics. It will invite other Japanese and local university researchers to participate in its work.

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