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Yaxhá, Guatemala

Yaxhá, Guatemala, is a Mesoamerican archaeological site in the northeast of the Petén Basin region, and a former ceremonial centre and city of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization. Yaxha was the third largest city in the region and experienced its maximum

Just how did ancient man build incredible monuments and constructions such as the Great Pyramids, Teotihuacan, Ollantaytambo, Puma Punku and other incredible sites on the planet? Were these ancient

Wednesday, July 2015 Can someone explain just how Ollantaytambo was built thousands of years ago? Just how did ancient man build incredible monuments and constructions such as the Great Pyramids, Teotihuacan, Ollantaytambo, Puma Punku and other.

Lamborghini Countach 5000 S

Lamborghini Countach 5000 S in Paris, France Spotted on by The Little Spotters.

Raimondi Monolith; a ceiling relief from Chavín de Huántar (Ancash, Peru) (an important religious & political center of the Chavín culture; c. 1000-600 BC; Diorite; Height 6'6"; named after its discover (1874); Andean carvings don't generally show full human figures, but encase human elements & animal parts in complex patterns. This figure, holding two scepters, has a towering headdress made of masks.

The Raimondi stela, CHAVIN DE HUANTAR. It bears a remarkably sophisticated carving of a staff god, which is also visible if the statue is inverted. This stela could not have been made with stone tools or copper chisels!

King Midas's tomb and Phrygian remains, Sehitgazi valley near Eskisehir looks similar to Puerta de Hayu Marka or "Gate of the Gods" in Peru "A huge mysterious door-like structure in the Hayu Marca mountain region of Southern Peru near Lake Titicaca, 65 kilometres from the city of Puno. The most famous King Midas is popularly remembered in Greek mythology for his ability to turn everything he touched into gold. This came to be called the Golden touch, or the Midas touch.

King Midas's tomb and Phrygian remains, Sehitgazi valley near Eskisehir. King Midas is popularly remembered in Greek mythology for his ability to turn everything he touched into gold. This came to be called the Golden touch, or the Midas touch.