Contributing Editor Guillermo D. Gimenez has posted a photo of one of the most unusual formation in Latin America: The “Banda de Agujeros” (literally, the “ribbon of holes”) near the Peruvian valley of Pisco, on the plain of Cajarmarquilla. Thousands of man-sized holes were drilled into rock at some unknown period in the past, covering over a mile of terrain. Archaeologists have speculated that these structures functioned as granaries – an unlikely possibility – as some of them are shallow while others plunge to depths of seventy-five feet. — SC.
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