Nazca desert is a plateau of about 100 km long and 8 km wide, on the coast of Peru, 400 km south of Lima. Sometime before the year 1000 BC, the Nazca Valley was inhabited by a population that has developed advanced methods of animal husbandry, which enabled its members to conduct an irrigation system, to improve their crops and territorial extension to farmers. Throughout the 1,500 years that followed, these people have become masters artisans in weaving, pottery, architecture. After the Spanish conquest, the Nazca people were destroyed by European invaders, so that an important page of history is now white. But perhaps the most fascinating cultural achievement was the creation of an art nazcanilor remarkable and impressive even on earth, whose exact purpose is still a mystery.