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In the North of Chile, between Arica and Iquique, near Huara.
A geoglyph is a drawing on the ground, or a large motif, or design produced on the ground, either by arranging clasts (stones, stone fragments, gravel or earth) to create a positive geoglyph (stone arrangement/alignment, petroform, earth mound) or by removing patinated clasts to expose unpatinated ground (negative geoglyph).
The "Gigante de Atacama " geoglyph is the largest archaeological human representation of the world (86 m high).
The cache is hidden close to the hill with a good view to the geoglyph.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum