Mayan ruins of Kaminaljuyu

Kaminaljuyu is a Pre-Columbian site of the Maya civilization that was primarily occupied from 1500BC to 1200AD. Kaminaljuyu has been described as one of the greatest of all archaeological sites in the New World by Michael Coe, although its remains today - a few mounds only - are far less impressive than other Maya sites more frequented by tourists. When first mapped scientifically (by E. M. Shook over a period of decades from the 1930s on), it comprised some 200 platforms and pyramidal mounds, at least half of which were created before the end of the Preclassic period (AD 250).
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Mayan ruins of Kaminaljuyu : kkeps's pic
Mayan ruins of Kaminaljuyu : kkeps's pic
Mayan ruins of Kaminaljuyu : kkeps's pic
Mayan ruins of Kaminaljuyu : kkeps's pic
Mayan ruins of Kaminaljuyu : kkeps's pic
Mayan ruins of Kaminaljuyu : kkeps's pic
Mayan ruins of Kaminaljuyu : kkeps's pic
Mayan ruins of Kaminaljuyu : kkeps's pic
Mayan ruins of Kaminaljuyu : kkeps's pic
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