Colombian Nadaists; the tomb-raiders whose blackmail returned Eva Perón’s body to Argentina; the 40,000km-long Incan road network; and why the largest national park, and the largest rainforest, in the European Union is in South America.
The 40,000km-long road network of the Incan Empire meant people could walk from Ecuador to Argentina.
In 1974 supporters of Juan Perón stole the body of his rival in order to get the corpse of Eva Perón back to Argentina.
The largest national park, and the largest rainforest, in the European Union can be found on the northern coast of South America.
The Nadaists of Colombia were an artist’s collective that rejected the government, religious orthodoxy, their own predecessors, and eventually themselves.
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