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BEEN HERE :D Lamanai Mayan Ruins, Belize. There is evidence on Mayan life that dates from about 1500 B. through Postclassic (A. and Spanish colonial times (A. Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Belize City, Mayan Ruins, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Greek, Temple Maya, Temple Ruins

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* There were several structure on the site * NCL Star visited Belize City where we went on an excursion to the Lamanai Ruins. Getting to the ruins involved a fast boat ride on the river. The whole story: pasqualehome.com/Star_Feb2012/Star_Feb2012.htm

Underwater Mayan City -documentary in production "Revelations". An underwater Maya city, a millennia-old landing pad once used for spacecraft, and human contact with extraterrestrials. Mayan Ruins, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Greek, Aztec Temple, Places To Travel, Places To See, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Ancient History

Documentary Claims to Reveal Underwater Maya City and Contact with ETs

Producer calls it the most important archaeological finding in the history of mankind.

Ancient Mayan Statue with QR Code Face. Aliens Warning Us? Aliens And Ufos, Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, European History, American History, Britisches Museum, Arte Cholo, Alien Theories, Frida Art

Extremely Strange Ancient Mayan Statue Has Face Covered With QR Code

MessageToEagle.com is a world-leading site on ancient astronauts, ancient mysteries, exploration of secret ancient worlds and forbidden knowledge. Extremely Strange Ancient Mayan Statue Has Face Covered With QR Code

Details of maya glyphs on a stelae from the archaeological site of Mixco Viejo in Guatemala. : Details of maya glyphs on a stelae from the archaeological site of Mixco Viejo in Guatemala. Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Maya Art, Mayan Glyphs, Maya Civilization, Art Ancien, Inka, Aztec Art, Mesoamerican

Maya Glyphs by Camilo Sarti / 500px

Details of maya glyphs on a stelae from the archaeological site of Mixco Viejo in Guatemala.

We bring you today 5 facts about the Maya culture that you will find fascinating! Let us start… Did the Maya really disappeared? the Maya civilization was going strong. Ancient Aztecs, Ancient Civilizations, Maya Civilization, Art Antique, Mesoamerican, Indigenous Art, Mexican Art, Ancient Artifacts, Native American Art

Maya Blue

The chapter “What is Technology?” in my book Technology Challenged forced me to deal with the definition of technology as “applied science.”...

Rise and Fall of the Maya; Mayan History, Ancient History, Aliens And Ufos, Ancient Aliens, Out Of Place Artifacts, Alien Theories, Alien Artifacts, Mesoamerican, Mystery Of History

Rise and Fall of the Maya; Guatemala; Waka; El Peru; middle classic tomb; Artifact; Classic period figurines; Mayan;

Map of Yucatan and Campeche. Could these temples actually be energy sources like the great pyramids? Refer to Tesla. Mayan Ruins, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Greek, Mesoamerican, Quintana Roo, Inca, Tikal, Archaeological Site, Mexico Travel

Copán Maya, the earliest group of natives called Maya, lived in the area now known as Western Honduras. (America, northern continent)

The Pyramid of the Niches - El Tajin, Veracruz, Mexico Ancient Ruins, Ancient History, Mayan Ruins, Places To Travel, Places To See, Travel Destinations, Site Archéologique, Archaeological Site, Tikal

The Pyramid of the Niches at El Tajín...

The Pyramid of the Niches at El Tajín archeological site, Mexico (by fon pon).

Temple of the Masks - Codz Poop, Kabah, Yucatan, Mexico ~ a Maya archaeological site in the south-east of the Mexican state of Yucatán. Photo by Stephen Depilo Mayan Ruins, Ancient Ruins, Ancient History, Ancient Greek, Mayan History, European History, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Egypt, American History

Temple of the Masks - Codz Poop, Kabah, Yucatan, Mexico trip 2007 2 543

Kabah (also spelled Kabaah, Kabáh, Kahbah and Kaba) is a Maya archaeological site in the south-east of the Mexican state of Yucatán. Kabah is to the south of Uxmal, and is connected to that city by a grand 18 km long raised pedestrian causeway 5 meters wide with monumental arches at each end. Kabah is the second largest ruin of the Puuc region after Uxmal. The name "Kabah" or "Kabaah" is usually taken to be archaic Maya language for "strong hand". This is a pre-Columbian name for the site…

Mexico Travel Inspiration - A Mayan corbel arch, Uxmal, Yucatan, Mexico. Mayan Ruins, Ancient Ruins, Ancient History, Aztec Ruins, Ancient Greek, Brutalist Buildings, Culture Art, Mesoamerican, Ancient Mysteries

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Mayan ruins, south side of Uxmal, the house of the doves as seen from the top of the great pyramid, Yucatan, Mexico Mayan Ruins, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Greek, Cancun, Tulum, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Beau Site, Destination Voyage

A World of Great Escapes

Mayan ruins at the south side of Uxmal, the House of the Doves as seen from the top of the Great Pyramid, Uxmal, Yucatan

This very expressive sculpture of an ancient Maya man is in the collection of the Saint Louis Art Museum ~ photo by Thomas Aleto Mayan History, Ancient History, European History, American History, Arte Latina, Objets Antiques, Colombian Art, Maya Civilization, Inka

Ancient Maya Man This very expressive sculpture of an ancient Maya man is in the collection of the Saint Louis Art Museum

Palenque is a Classic Mayan ruin in the state of Chiapas, Mexico Ancient Ruins, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Fresco, Maya Civilization, Inka, Mexican Art, Tempera, Ancient Civilizations

Palenque, A Photo Gallery by James Q. Jacobs

A Photo Gallery of the Classic Mayan ruins at Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico.