Nasca Province

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The Nazca Province (Provincia de Nazca) is one of five provinces of the Ica Region of Peru.wikipedia
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Nazca

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The capital of the province is the city of Nazca.
It is also the name of the largest existing town in the Nazca Province.

Provinces of Peru

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The Nazca Province (Provincia de Nazca) is one of five provinces of the Ica Region of Peru.

Department of Ica

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The Nazca Province (Provincia de Nazca) is one of five provinces of the Ica Region of Peru.

Changuillo District

Changuillo
Changuillo District is one of five districts of the province Nazca in Peru.

El Ingenio District

El Ingenio
El Ingenio District is one of five districts of the province Nasca in Peru.

Marcona District

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Marcona District is one of five districts of the province Nazca in Peru.

Nazca District

Nazca
Nazca District is one of five districts of the province Nazca in Peru.

Vista Alegre District, Nazca

Vista Alegre
Vista Alegre District is one of five districts of the province Nazca in Peru.

Peru

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The Nazca Province (Provincia de Nazca) is one of five provinces of the Ica Region of Peru.

District

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The Nasca Province is divided into five districts (distritos, singular: distrito), each of which is headed by a mayor (alcalde):

Nazca culture

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The Nazca Province in the Ica Region was named for this people.

San Juan de Marcona

San Juan de Marcona is the capital of the Marcona District of Nazca Province, Ica Region, Peru.

Defensor Zarumilla

Defensor Zarumilla is a Peruvian football club, playing in the city of Nazca, Ica, Peru.

Andean civilizations

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The Nazca Province in the Ica Region was named for this people.

Nicola Masini

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From 2007 to 2015, he directed several scientific investigations at the Nasca ceremonial center of Cahuachi, Pachacamac, Tiwanaku, Machu Picchu and a number of archaeological sites in the Nasca Province and Lambayeque region, working with Rosa Lasaponara, and archaeologists Giuseppe Orefici, Walter Alva, Ignacio Alva, and Denise Pozzi-Escot.

Marcona mine

The Marcona mine is a large iron mine located in western Peru in the Nazca Province.