Tikal

Tikal, Guatemala

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Tikal and other Mayan Ruins, Tikal National Park, Guatemala travel blog

Tikal and other Mayan Ruins

A travel blog entry by hanscottclaire

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... Our first stay in Guatemala only lasted two days because we were just popping into Peten (the northern bit of Guatemala that sticks out between Belize and Mexico) to see Tikal and the nearby town of Flores. Flores is a little town on an island in a lake, ...

Ancient Ruins and Howler Monkeys, Tikal National Park, Guatemala travel blog

Ancient Ruins and Howler Monkeys

A travel blog entry by sherwoodk

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... our first howler monkey next to the Grand Plaza, a beautiful grassy square of land surrounded by ancient temples. The first temples at Tikal were constructed in something like 700 B.C. Back in its day, it was the center of an enormous city, home to about ...

1,500 Years of Civilization Reflected in Stone, Tikal National Park, Guatemala travel blog

1,500 Years of Civilization Reflected in Stone

A travel blog entry by viajesyvinedos

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... the ancient stone remnants of Tikal solely in terms of its 4,000 structures interspersed across 1,200 hectares of rainforest. Rather, Tikal arguably embodies the principal political, economic and military kingdom of the Mayan epoch. Imagine - if you will ...

The Ancient Mayan City of Tikal, Tikal, Guatemala travel blog

The Ancient Mayan City of Tikal

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

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I spent the whole day at the ancient Mayan city of Tikal. It is one of the world's most impressive archaeological sights. The city is huge and it is unbelievable that only 15% of of the ruins has actually been dug out and restored. Everywhere you walk, ...