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Estatuas Moai de la Isla de Pascua (Chile)  Los Moais son estatuas de piedra monolíticas que se encuentran únicamente en la Isla de Pascua, el el Pacífico. Se encuentran a lo largo de toda la isla y su significado aún continúa siendo un misterio aunque diversos historiadores aseguran que fueron talladas por los habitantes polinesios entre los siglos XII y XVII. como representaciones de antepasados difuntos de manera que proyectaran su "poder sobrenatural" sobre sus descendientes.

Estatuas Moai de la Isla de Pascua (Chile) Los Moais son estatuas de piedra monolíticas que se encuentran únicamente en la Isla de Pascua, el el Pacífico. Se encuentran a lo largo de toda la isla y su significado aún continúa siendo un misterio aunque diversos historiadores aseguran que fueron talladas por los habitantes polinesios entre los siglos XII y XVII. como representaciones de antepasados difuntos de manera que proyectaran su "poder sobrenatural" sobre sus descendientes.

6 interesting Easter Island facts | Atlas & Boots

6 interesting Easter Island facts | Atlas & Boots

The Easter Island heads have bodies, too

Turns out the Easter Island heads aren't just heads.

Moai with their pukao

Moai with their pukao

Mano del Desierto (Hand of the desert) Roca Hornos - Atacama Desert - Chile

Mano del Desierto (Hand of the desert) Roca Hornos - Atacama Desert - Chile

Easter Island, Southeastern Pacific Ocean, Chile www.WrapWithCath.myitworks.com www.Facebook.com/WrapWithCC

Easter Island, Southeastern Pacific Ocean, Chile www.WrapWithCath.myitworks.com www.Facebook.com/WrapWithCC

By the time the Spanish arrived in Peru at the beginning of the 16th Century the Chachapoya people had already been subsumed in to the great Inca Empire.  Although they had resisted the Incas fiercely, the lands of these Warriors of the Clouds as they were known had been annexed and had been forced to adopt the customs and culture of their conquerors. Yet they left one thing behind – the strange sarcophagi in which they would bury their dead.

By the time the Spanish arrived in Peru at the beginning of the 16th Century the Chachapoya people had already been subsumed in to the great Inca Empire. Although they had resisted the Incas fiercely, the lands of these Warriors of the Clouds as they were known had been annexed and had been forced to adopt the customs and culture of their conquerors. Yet they left one thing behind – the strange sarcophagi in which they would bury their dead.

Bodh Gaya o Bodhgaya es una ciudad del distrito de Gaya, del estado de Bihar, en el noreste de la India. Es un lugar santo del budismo donde alcanzó la iluminación el príncipe Siddharta, quien habría de convertirse en Buda.

Bodh Gaya o Bodhgaya es una ciudad del distrito de Gaya, del estado de Bihar, en el noreste de la India. Es un lugar santo del budismo donde alcanzó la iluminación el príncipe Siddharta, quien habría de convertirse en Buda.

How to travel Easter Island for less than $50 per day

How To Travel Easter Island For Less Than $50 Per Day

Easter Island, as remote as it is, is not an exclusive destination for intrepid travelers and big pockets. Here I show you how to travel it with a backpackers budget.

#EasterIsland is a small, hilly, now treeless island of volcanic origin. Located in the Pacific Ocean at 27 degrees south of the equator and some 3600 kilometers off the coast of Chile. In the 1860’s Tahitian sailors gave the island the name #RapaNui, meaning ‘Great Rapa,’ due to its resemblance to another island in Polynesia called Rapa Iti, meaning ‘Little Rapa’.

#EasterIsland is a small, hilly, now treeless island of volcanic origin. Located in the Pacific Ocean at 27 degrees south of the equator and some 3600 kilometers off the coast of Chile. In the 1860’s Tahitian sailors gave the island the name #RapaNui, meaning ‘Great Rapa,’ due to its resemblance to another island in Polynesia called Rapa Iti, meaning ‘Little Rapa’.

Después de iluminarse y de reflexionar, Siddhārtha, ahora ya Buda, dio su primer sermón en la ciudad de Sarnath (al lado de Varansi).

Después de iluminarse y de reflexionar, Siddhārtha, ahora ya Buda, dio su primer sermón en la ciudad de Sarnath (al lado de Varansi).