Machu Picchu, the awe-inspiring lost city of the Incas, was famously rediscovered in 1911 by explorer Hiram Bingham. After five centuries of being forgotten, this ancient metropolis was once again revealed to the world and its beauty has left people in wonder for generations.
In the 1920s, military and commercial pilots began to fly over Peru’s southern region and encountered another mysterious sight: the Nazca Lines. Carved into the desert floor were hundreds of geometric shapes and animals that can only be seen from an aerial view. These intricate works of art have mystified archaeologists ever since they were discovered.
The story of Machu Picchu and the Nazca Lines is one of great mystery and wonder, captivating audiences for centuries. Now filmmaker David Lebrun brings these mysteries to life with his latest documentary “Peru: Beyond Machu Picchu & The Nazca Lines”. The film takes viewers on an exploration into this ancient world as experts discuss their theories about how these sites were created. With stunning visuals and never before heard stories about this region, Lebrun’s documentary is a must watch for anyone who loves learning about history or admires exotic landscapes.
So don’t miss out! Grab your friends and family to watch “Peru: Beyond Machu Picchu & The Nazca Lines” – a captivating journey through two of the world’s most awe-inspiring sites!