The Paracas Peninsula, Peru - Stock image

Fog, Ica, Latin America, Pacific Ocean, Peru

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Stock photo ID:182890095
Upload date:September 30, 2013

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'The Paracas Peninsula, located within the Paracas District of the Pisco Province in the Ica Region, on the south coast of Peru, is a desert peninsula largely residing within the boundaries of the Paracas National Reservation. However, a segment on the north face maintains a shipping port where deeper water permits larger transport and cruise ships access to the Paracas National Reservation while protected against ocean waves and currents. The sole road that accesses this port by land through the Paracas National Reservation also supports access to Paracas Museum which holds several ancient artifacts from the Paracas Culture and detailed information about the flora and fauna native to the Paracas National Reservation including birds of Paracas. This unusual peninsula also bears the famous Paracas Candelabra, a geoglyph with still unknown but many speculated origins.'
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