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Honduras Copan D4174a    Copan is a stunning site. As you wander around the stelae it's a freeflowing sequence of geometry. Everything lines up - intentional or not. I like the invert

An unbelievable wealth of Mayan artifacts – especially known for its “Stelae “and cultured decorations can be found in the west Honduras at the Mayan temple ruins of Coba. Interestingly this large city of the Maya was mysteriously abandoned

Great Jaguar, Copan Ruins, Honduras. B'alam Nehn (often referred to as Waterlily Jaguar) was the first king to actually record his position in the dynastic succession, declaring that he was seventh in line from K'inich Yax K'uk' Mo'. Stela 15 records that he was already ruling Copán by AD 504. (V)

The great Jaguar deity relief panel situated atop the western stairway of the East Court.

Fabulosos tallados en maderas preciosas. Valle de Ángeles, Honduras

Fabulosos tallados en maderas preciosas. Valle de Ángeles, Honduras

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The beautifully preserved Stela H at Copan, Honduras of Rabbit 18, the best known ruler of this Maya city state. Note the remainder of the orignal red colours.

Honduras Copan - The beautifully preserved Stela H at Copan, Honduras of Rabbit the best known ruler of this Maya city state. Note the remainder of the orignal red colours.

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El origen de la rosquilla en miel en Honduras

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Stelae in Copan Mayan Ruins of Honduras

Copan Mayan Ruins in Honduras is definitely one of the MOST important Mayan sites.

Honduran Pottery Table Setting. Natural Japanese plum branches

Honduran Pottery Table Setting. Natural Japanese plum branches

Bananas, Copan Ruinas, Honduras Just looking at this evokes the smell of stalks and stalks of naturally ripening bananas! YUM!

Honduras: A Photographic Journey

Bananas, Copan Ruinas, Honduras Just looking at this evokes the smell of stalks and stalks of naturally ripening bananas!

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