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The figure was an Early Astronomical Calendar.

The Atacama Giant (Spanish: Gigante de Atacama) is a large anthropomorphic geoglyph in the Atacama... read more

Reviewed 1 October 2018
Culinary-Consultants
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Italy
A must see; appreciate its history and significance

I absolutely adored seeing this gem in the Chilean desert! It was fantastic with a tour guide who... read more

Reviewed 25 June 2017
Diana T
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Madrid, Spain
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1 Oct 2018
“The figure was an Early Astronomical Calendar.”
24 Dec 2017
“Huge geoglyph on the side of the A-15”
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| Ubicado a 15 kilometros de Huara hacia el noreste por la ruta 15 pueblo de Huara, Colchane, Chile
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Reviewed 1 October 2018

The Atacama Giant (Spanish: Gigante de Atacama) is a large anthropomorphic geoglyph in the Atacama Desert, Chile. Located at "Cerro Unitas", this is the largest prehistoric anthropomorphic figure in the world with a length of 119 meters (390 ft), representing a deity for the local...More

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Reviewed 24 December 2017

15km away from Huara, 500m off the A-15 to Colchane, on the only hill around at that place - can't miss. The Giant is on the far side on the left. The dirt road to the Giant is bit bumpy, but can be driven with...More

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Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

I absolutely adored seeing this gem in the Chilean desert! It was fantastic with a tour guide who could explain to us the significance of the petroglyph, how the incas used it, and how it's managed to survive I believe it was 1700 years. We...More

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Reviewed 20 August 2016

we found this interesting and a good stop on the way down from the altiplano to Pica. Worth stopping to see.

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