UNESCO World Heritage Sites are normally indispensable amazements that glean thousands of pilgrims.
Unfortunately, all over the world, they’re then destroyed. According to IFL Science, “Syria, for example, once had six Unesco World Heritage Area. Now, all have been damaged or destroyed in the civil fight, including Aleppo’s acclaimed Umayyad Mosque Complex.” Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is another World Heritage Site that has been damaged beyond restore thanks to humen, with more than 93% of it knowing coral bleaching.
While all of such destruction is caused by humen, another UNESCO site in Peru recently experienced a agitation thanks to one particularly negligent truck driver.
The Nasca lines in Peru are enormous and ancient pictographs that can only be seen from above. They are a ended riddle, because it is unknown why the Nasca people would create such complex images they themselves couldn’t see.
Ignoring signalings informing the 40 -year-old of the ancient hoard around him, Jainer Jesus Flores Vigo left the paved street and drove through some of the Nasca lines to “avoid paying a toll.”
— Ministerio Cultura (@ MinCulturaPe) January 29, 2018
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