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English: From Hergé's Tintin et le Temple du Soleil (en:Prisoners of the Sun). This drawing is based on the central figure in the en:Gate of the Sun of en:Tiwanaku in Bolivia. Some historians believe that this is the god of the sun, others think it represents the god Viracocha.


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current15:41, 15 February 2016Thumbnail for version as of 15:41, 15 February 2016451 × 624 (353 KB)FährtenleserBildverbesserung
06:50, 1 February 2007Thumbnail for version as of 06:50, 1 February 2007451 × 624 (23 KB)Le K@l!
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