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Drone Images Provide New Insights Into Lost Civilisation In Bolivia

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TIWANAKU, LA PAZ, BOLIVIA (MAY 10, 2017) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF SUN DOOR AND DETAILS ON SUN DOOR AT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE ARCHAEOLOGIST AND UNESCO CONSULTER, JOSE IGNACIO GALLEGOS WALKING AT SITE (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) ARCHAEOLOGIST AND UNESCO CONSULTER, JOSE IGNACIO GALLEGOS, SAYING: "We have put together a series of investigations which have been carried out over a period of years and which covers the entire area of Tiwanaku, providing us information about housing, channels, public spaces, political and religious spaces. But what was missing was a fixed image of the whole site and to see how that information could be translated to the places where the people lived or the places where the people performed their rituals and that type of thing. And that's what we were able to do. We were able to get a fixed image of Tiwanaku with all of this information." VARIOUS OF KALASASAYA TEMPLE AND PEOPLE TOURING THE SITE VARIOUS OF UNDERGROUND TEMPLE AND ANTHROPOMORPHIC IMAGES (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) ARCHAEOLOGIST AND UNESCO CONSULTER, JOSE IGNACIO GALLEGOS, SAYING: "From the satellite information that the drone provided we are talking about a site, within the walls, that covers 650 hectares (1,600 acres), it's huge, enormous. I can't really say, but it's about 2 to 3 percent (of the site) that the public can visit." SIGN FOR REGION THAT READS "PUTUNI" VARIOUS OF PUTUNI AREA WITH ROCKS AND FALLEN WALLS SIGN FOR AREA THAT READS "KANTATALLITA" VARIOUS OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE VARIOUS OF A YELLOW BIRD PERCHED ON AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE WALL (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) DIRECTOR OF THE CENTRE FO ARCHAEOLOGICAL, ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE INVESTIGATIONS OF TIWANAKU, JULIO CONDORI AMARU, SAYING: "First of all, (the study) changes the view of the composition (of the site), and allows you to see in a really general and holistic way, the natural and spatial organization of the Tiwanaku culture. So far, the investigations and excavations have been carried out by national and international experts, each of whom have their own components and their own objectives. However, it's also been good, I think. I've had doubts on some, but the hypotheses have also allowed us to get closer to the archaeological data. However, with the new data that we have, thanks to UNESCO, which are in preliminary analysis, practically changes the way we see Tiwakanu." VARIOUS OF KANTATALLITA SITE VARIOUS OF AKAPANA PYRAMID WHICH IS STILL PARTLY BURIED GENERAL VIEW OF TIWANAKU VARIOUS OF PUMA PUNKU GENERAL VIEW OF LOCAL CHURCH IN TOWN AT TIWANAKU
Dateline: 2017

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