Saturday, 24 May 2014

Sechin Bajo, Peru

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Sechin Bajo, Peru 

Sechin Bajo is an ancient stone plaza in Casma in the Andes foothills, 330 kilometers (210 mi) northwest of Lima, Peru. The structure is one of the oldest surviving man-made buildings ever discovered in the Americas, dating to about 3500BC based on carbon dating. It may be one of the oldest buildings in the world.

Archaeologists from Germany and Peru excavated the plaza in 2008. Sources

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