Fresque murale maya, découverte dans le département de Petén, près de la frontière avec le Mexique et Belize, au Guatemala.
#tikal #balam #lightpainting by #Marko93, #guatemala #temple ►►►https://www.facebook.com/marko93darkvapor F O L L O W·····M Y····L I G H T S ◠◡◠✈►►► ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ღ۩۞۩ღ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Tikal (ou Tik’al selon l’orthographe maya moderne) est l'un des plus grands sites archéologiques et centres urbains de la civilisation maya précolombienne. Elle est située dans la région archéologique du bassin du Petén dans ce qui constitue maintenant le nord du Guatemala. Situé dans le Département du Petén...
El Mirador is a large pre-Columbian Mayan settlement, located in the north of the modern department of El Petén, Guatemala. Wikipedia Address: Peten, Guatemala
The Earliest Known Examples of Maya Script (Circa 300 BCE): The earliest stone inscription which is identifiably in Maya script, (or Maya glyphs or Maya hieroglyphs) was found in in 2005 the pre-Columbian Maya archaeological site in San Bartolo in the Department of Petén in northern Guatemala, northeast of Tikal and roughly fifty miles from the nearest settlement. This vertical column of ten glyphic words roughly six inches long, dating from circa 300 BCE, "may be related to a nearby...
‘Tikal’ is the largest archeological site in the American Continents which is located in the archeological region of Guatemala. Tikal is Guatemala’s most famous archeological treasury, which is nestled in the ‘Peten Basin’ archeological region in the department (state) of ‘El Petan’. #unesco #worldheritage #heritage #ancient #history #historic #mayan #architecture #america #northamerica #guatemala
Department of El Petén in Guatemala Languages spoken: Spanish and 23 Amerindian languages, including Quiché, Cakchiquel, Kekchí, Mam, Garifuna, and Xinca www.gbtranslationservices.com
Uaxactun (pronounced [waʃakˈtun]) is an ancient sacred place of the Maya civilization, located in the Petén Basin region of the Maya lowlands, in the present-day department of Petén, Guatemala. The site lies some 12 miles (19 km) north of the major center of Tikal. The name is sometimes spelled as Waxaktun.
El Perú (also known as Waka' ), is a pre-Columbian Maya archeological site occupied during the Preclassic and Classic (roughly 500 BC to AD 800). The site was the capital of a Maya city-state located near the banks of the San Pedro River in the Department of Petén of northern Guatemala. El Perú is 60 km (37 mi) west of Tikal.