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This is a collection of Photos in Belize
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Walk Through Time

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Walk Through Time

Can you imagine what it would have been like when the Mayas actually lived at this Maya temple, Santa Rita, in Corozal?

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Photographer, Will Moreno, captures the Maya Ruins through Photos in Belize

Photographer, Will Moreno, captures the Maya Ruins through Photos in Belize | Belize in Photos and Videos | Scoop.it

The Maya people thrived in Belize at the height of their civilization and left many wonderful temples for us to admire today.
When visiting these ruins today, you can't help but wonder how they achieved building these magnificent structures with the primitive tools they had.

 

Do you know which Maya Ruin this is?

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Belize mentioned in USA Today's Hot Destinations for 2012

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Mayan ruins are in!  Where better to find them than Belize?


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San Ignacio Town in the Cayo District of Belize just after Sunset

San Ignacio Town in the Cayo District of Belize just after Sunset | Belize in Photos and Videos | Scoop.it

San Ignacio Town of the Cayo District at night with the twinkling lights taken from Cahal Pech Hotel.

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Cahal Pech Maya Ruin in Belize

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Cahal Pech Maya Ruin meaning "Place of Ticks" in San Ignacio Town, Cayo District of Belize.

This Maya ruin is not the largest Maya ruin in Belize but certainly has tons of charm.

According to Dr. Jaime Awe: "This ceremonial center includes pyramid temples, palaces, plazas and a ball court. Data recovered at the center indicates that the first settlers began to occupy the site sometime between 1200 to 1000 B.C."

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