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Ruinas de Tazumal

Listed under Archaeological Sites in Santa Ana, El Salvador.

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Unearthed from this 10 square kilometre site are the Mayan ruins of a pyramidal temple used to burn human sacrifices, smaller pyramids, tombs and a town with intricate drainage systems.

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i've been there its pretty cool

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What was it like? Did you just walk all around?

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