Visit the ancient Mayan culture in Mexico

If you like ancient architecture, Mexico offers plenty of it, and you can look into the ancient civilizations of the Mayans and Aztecs in Central...
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1500 year old Mayan altar discovered in Guatemala

An altar estimated to be around 1,500 years old was discovered in a small archaeological site in northern Guatemala, showing the political ambitions of the...
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Exploring Mexico’s pyramid cities

It was an archaeological adventure: a 12-day family trip to Mayan and Aztec pyramid cities, from Mexico City to the Yucatan jungle. Our timeline spanned...
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Mexico discovers original pyramid at Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza

Last year, archaeologists using electrical imagining techniques found that the pyramid, which is also known as El Castillo, was built atop a subterranean river, or...
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Mexico finds water tunnel under tomb of Mayan ruler Pakal

Archaeologists at Mexico’s Mayan ruin site of Palenque have discovered an underground water tunnel built under the Temple of Inscriptions, which houses the tomb of...
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Mexican Mayan art goes on tour in Berlin

Sculptures celebrating the human body, precious jewelry, animals from frogs to jaguars and depictions of deities are going on show in Berlin in an exhibition...
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Mexico researchers decode name on Mayan King Pakal’s tomb

Researchers in Mexico say they have decoded the hieroglyphic name on the Palenque tomb of ancient Mayan King Pakal, revealing it to read “The House...
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Mexican Cuisine is the World’s Most International Food

The history of Mexican food is a diverse history believed to have started as far back as the Mayan Indians. The Mayans were nomadic hunters...
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One unusual Mayan weapon was a “hornet bomb”

By 300 AD, the Mayan Classic period was in full bloom. This was the age of kings. Great rulers such as Smoke-Jaguar (or Smoke-Imix), Pacal,...
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The Mayans of Mexico, 3,814 Years of Culture

To many, Mexico is a land of beach resorts, cheap tequila, and quickie vacations. But for those of us who crave history and culture, it...
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Mexican Officials Pulling Migrants Off “The Beast” and Deporting Them

U.S.-bound Central Americans are fleeing urban areas and hiking into the woods and low jungle for fear of being detained by Mexican officials rounding up...
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Mexico to monitor satellite images of ‘La Bestia’ trains used by migrants

Mexico said on Monday it would use satellite imagery to monitor key railway lines running toward the U.S. border to ensure the safety of the...
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