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TIKAL (Guatemala)  Go CentroAmerica organizza viaggi tra i fantastici siti archeologici dei Maya. Potrai visitare queste emozionanti rovine grazie a Tour2000: "Tradizioni del Guatemala", "Guatemala, Natura e Archeologia", "Esplorando il cuore del mondo maya", Cultura Precolombiana".

TIKAL (Guatemala) Go CentroAmerica organizza viaggi tra i fantastici siti archeologici dei Maya. Potrai visitare queste emozionanti rovine grazie a Tour2000: "Tradizioni del Guatemala", "Guatemala, Natura e Archeologia", "Esplorando il cuore del mondo maya", Cultura Precolombiana".

Arco de Santa Catarina, Antigua Guatemala

Arco de Santa Catarina, Antigua Guatemala

Tikal, Guatemala: Sunset, temple, a toast to the sun gods.

Tikal, Guatemala: Sunset, temple, a toast to the sun gods.

Templo en Chichicastenango, Quiché, Guatemala.

Templo en Chichicastenango, Quiché, Guatemala.

Tikal, Guatemala. One of my favorite spots . I would go back !!!

Tikal, Guatemala. One of my favorite spots . I would go back !!!

TIKAL (Guatemala) Go CentroAmerica organizza viaggi tra i fantastici siti archeologici dei Maya. Potrai visitare queste emozionanti rovine grazie a Tour2000: "Tradizioni del Guatemala", "Guatemala, Natura e Archeologia", "Esplorando il cuore del mondo maya", Cultura Precolombiana".

TIKAL (Guatemala) Go CentroAmerica organizza viaggi tra i fantastici siti archeologici dei Maya. Potrai visitare queste emozionanti rovine grazie a Tour2000: "Tradizioni del Guatemala", "Guatemala, Natura e Archeologia", "Esplorando il cuore del mondo maya", Cultura Precolombiana".

ciudad de guatemala - Buscar con Google

ciudad de guatemala - Buscar con Google

Mixco Viejo: Ruins consist of 15 groups containing the remains of over 120 major structures, including temples, palaces, and ballcourts.  Strung out over 0.62 mi along a 2,890 ft high ridge less than 3 miles from the juncture of the Pixcaya & Motagua Rivers. Site is surrounded by deep ravines dropping off sharply into a tributary of the Pixcaya. After the siege, Alvarado ordered it to be burned and moved the inhabitants to the new colonial village of Mixco.

Mixco Viejo: Ruins consist of 15 groups containing the remains of over 120 major structures, including temples, palaces, and ballcourts. Strung out over 0.62 mi along a 2,890 ft high ridge less than 3 miles from the juncture of the Pixcaya & Motagua Rivers. Site is surrounded by deep ravines dropping off sharply into a tributary of the Pixcaya. After the siege, Alvarado ordered it to be burned and moved the inhabitants to the new colonial village of Mixco.

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