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Overgrown Ancient Mayan Ruins at Copan, Honduras Featured Honduras Heritage Sites Print

Overgrown Ancient Mayan Ruins at Copan, Honduras

Image shows the West Court of CopA?n and the western side of the Acropolis, a large complex of overlapping step-pyramids, plazas, and palaces.In lower-centre is Stela P stone statue. Lower-right is Altar Q, a sculpted stone block which depicts 16 kings of CopA?n.Mature trees can be seen growing over and around the ruins.CopA?n is an archaeological site of the Maya civilization in the west of Honduras. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980

View of Copans Monument Plaza Featured Honduras Heritage Sites Print

View of Copans Monument Plaza

View northwestwards from the Acropolis of Copan.In foreground is the Hieroglyphic Stairway and its protective tarpaulin.Centre-left of image is the ball court and adjacent stepped temple platform.Further in the background are more platforms of the Monument Plaza (Great Plaza) and surrounding trees.Copan is an archaeological site of the Maya civilization in the west of Honduras. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980

Pre-Columbian Art. Maya. Archaeological Site of Copa?n. Alta Featured Honduras Heritage Sites Print

Pre-Columbian Art. Maya. Archaeological Site of Copa?n. Alta

Pre-Columbian Art. Maya. Archaeological Site of Copa?n. Altar Q. West side. It was created during the rule of King Yax Pac in 776. There are depicted sixteen leaders of Copan, shown with a full body portrait, four on each side of the monument. Each ruler is seated on a glyph that represents his name. This scene depicts to Yax Pasah, the last ruler of Copan, receiving the torch from the founder of the dynasty, Yax Kuk Mo. Honduras

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