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Contest #447: Puquios, near Nazca, Peru

Puquios is a large aquaduct and irrigation system thought to have been constructed by a pre-Columbian civilization in Peru about 2000 years ago. The spiral holes are called “ojo” or “eyes” and were, for most of our age, thought to be only for accessing the underground aquaducts and cleaning of the water tunnels. Recently, though, Italian scientists and forumlated a theory that the shape of the hole creates an air funnel that actually helps push the water along through the tunnels.

Puquios aqueduct Nazca Peru.JPG
By Ab5602

Those who fell into the wells before the hint included:

  • hhgygy
  • Lighthouse
  • Ann K.
  • Phil Ower
  • Paul Voestermans
  • Eloy Cano
  • Junebug
  • Marisa Boraas
  • Garfield
  • Ashwini Agrawal
  • joe9000
  • Glenmorren
  • Lelie
  • Max_Power
  • Luís Filipe Miguel
  • steven simmons

After the hint:

  • Robin
  • rob de wolff
  • mehmet durmus

May 13th, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | no comments

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