The top 7 virtual tours: see the world without having to leave the house; Natalie Salmon; Harper’s Bazaar

Explore the Vatican, the palace of Versailles or the Louvre from the comfort of your sofa…

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Top 10 virtual tours: see museums and the world without leaving home; Adam Vjestica; Tech Radar


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You Can Virtually Tour the Taj Mahal From Home; Mary Elizabeth Andriotis; House Beautiful

Plus, more historic sites you can tour without leaving the couch.

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Google makes 3D models to preserve sites threatened by climate change; Michael Thomsen; Daily Mail


In an effort to preserve the legacy of some of the world’s most famous landmarks, Google has announced a new project transform five of the most endangered by climate change into 3D models.

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Travel + Leisure: Peru’s Arequipa among 50 best places to travel in 2020; Andina

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AI Processing Helps Scientists Discover Geoglyphs; CloudWedge

Archaeologists from Yamagata University, Japan, have discovered some 143 new geoglyphs etched into the desert of southern Peru. The best-known geoglyphs…

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Japan researchers find 140 new geoglyphs in Peru; Shubham Bose; Republic World

Researchers from Yamagata University in Japan discover 140 new Geoglyphs in Peru adding to the collection of the 30 already existing Nazca Lines in Chile…

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AI Discovered Nazca Lines That’ve Been Lost for 2,000 Years; Daisy Hernandez; NY Times

Another 142 Lines were discovered by a team of Japanese researchers in collaboration with…

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Spotlight On Peru: Why You Should Visit Lima, The City Of Kings; Wendy Altschuler; Forbes

Many visitor’s to Peru skip exploring Lima, the capital city, in their excitement to get to Cuzco, the former capital of the Inca Empire, and Machu Picchu, South America’s main attraction. This would be a mistake.

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Archaeologists Identify 143 New Nazca Lines; John Daley; Smithsonian

The trove of newly documented geoglyphs includes a humanoid figure identified by artificial intelligence…

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Team Of Scientists Discovered 140 Huge Mysterious Drawings In Peru; Robertas Lisickis; Bored Panda

Humanity has come a long way with its numerous discoveries. Everything from new locations to new species to new technologies, history is chock-full of notable findings and breakthroughs.

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Scientists have found 142 more ancient etchings in Peru. Now AI will speed up the hunt; Karen Hao; MIT Technology Review

Located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru, the Nazca Lines are a collection of giant etchings that only make sense from a great height.

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Peru: 9-Day Luxury Small Group Tour Through Lima, Cusco and Machu Picchu with Belmond Andean Explorer Train Journey, Peru, South America; Luxury Escapes

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Yamagata University uses IBM’s PAIRS Geoscope and Watson to uncover patterns in ancient etchings; Kyle Wiggers; Venture Beat

IBM and Yamagata University developed a machine learning model capable of uncovering tough-to-detect patterns in ancient Peruvian etchings.

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Mystery Creature With Square Head Featured in Newly-Found Ancient Peruvian Geoglyphs; Sputnik News

Located about 400 km south of Lima, the mysterious lines and geoglyphs of the Nazca Desert have fascinated scientists for nearly a century, and been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site to ensure their protection.

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Rediscover the legendary lost city of the Incas; World Inside Picture

The lost city of the Incas is the unofficial name given to Machu Picchu, the mountain ridge constructed by the Inca Empire in the 15th- century and located in eastern Peru. It was forgotten for a…

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Stunning photos of 27 places around the world that you should visit before they disappear forever; Sarah Schmalbruch & Sophie-Claire Holler; Insider

From Patagonia’s glaciers to Africa’s Congo Basin, visit these threatened natural wonders before they’re gone.

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Inca mystery solved: How archaeologists made stunning Machu Picchu find; Callum Hoare; Daily Express

ARCHAEOLOGISTS uncovered a “mysterious lost city of the Incas” which remained hidden for more than 500 years, even during the Spanish Conquest, a documentary revealed.

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Places worth visiting in Peru; Andina

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History, nature, cultural traditions, adventure, and other factors make Peru the ideal place for travelers who can never get enough of its astounding natural attractions and the hospitality of its warm people.

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Mistakes travelers make when visiting Machu Picchu; Lori Zaino; The Points Guy

Machu Picchu is one of the wonders of the world — and tourists are visiting the spectacular Inca citadel in increasing numbers. But a trip to see this magnificent UNESCO World Heritage site nestled deep within the Andes mountains can be complicated, thanks in part to ever-changing rules and regulations provoked on by the steady…

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