The Nazca Lines: Located in Southern Peru, this unexplained phenomenon contains ancient designs called geoglyphs. Created in 500 B.C., the lines stretch out for over fifty miles.
Sacsayhuaman: Sacsayhuamán is a citadel that is located in Cusco City. Scholars are unsure exactly how old the citadel is, but many believe it dates back to 1100. Today, the citadel is still filled with historical relics from centuries past.
Flag: The Peruvian flag has two red bands depicting blood sacrificed for freedom and a white band for peace. The national flag includes the coat of arms, where the state flag does not.