An incredible hydraulic system this operational The Puquios or “water sources” in patios, ancient underground aqueduct systems from the pre-colombian era located in Nazca, Peru.
These spiral wells are designed to pick up the region’s winds to bring water back from the prairie wells when they drown underground.By the force of the wind, the water trapped by the spiral, provokes a current.
Of the 36 discovered Puquios, most of them are still functional. Underground canals built between 400-600 ap-JC to capture groundwater and transport them to the surface for field irrigation. Les Nazcas, a people of farmers with colossal knowledge in geology and engineering force admiration