This photograph contrasts two of the most important features, the beauty of our heaven, known worldwide as the most clear and starry sky on the planet, and the sacrifice of the Chilean miners, working in the open pit of the world's largest mine. Here they never stop working, with all the mystique of that beautiful mineral called Chuquicamata.
In the world's driest desert, in northern Chile, is a town called Chiu-Chiu. It is a town with pre-Columbian architecture that still exists in the ancestral form. The photograph was taken near the Inca Coya Lagoon which is a few kilometres from the village, where you can see some volcanoes that are in the Andes.
This statue was built in honor of the miners from the region. It is made of copper. It is located on the road to Calama airport about 10 minutes from the city center and the airport and in the center of a mini roundabout with little vegetation.
Research on the ground on new discoveries of large geoglyphs only to Nazca Peru even these outnumber the Nazca, only visible from tall areas, from different artistic compositions that show the meeting of cultures and offerings, which there were in-depth studies as evidence. It was some kind of writing in some formations with deities and animals, having some story, such as cultures of other places came to this continent and to these far away lands.