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photo by @andrea_frazzetta // Guatemala, Tikal. The Temple Number V appears in the middle of the forest.
Temple V stands south of the Central Acropolis and is the mortuary pyramid of an as yet unidentified ruler of the once great city.
Tikal was a capital of the Maya world in ancient times, and it’s easy to believe when you’re confronted with the thousands of massive pyramids, plazas, temples, and dwellings that remain today.
Tikal National Park encompasses 575 square kilometres of jungle and thousands of ruined structures.
Follow @andrea_frazzetta to know more about my next projects #guatemala #natgeotravel #tikal #mayans

Tikal, Peten, Guatemala normal

photo by @andrea_frazzetta // Guatemala, Tikal. The Temple Number V appears in the middle of the forest.
Temple V stands south of the Central Acropolis and is the mortuary pyramid of an as yet unidentified ruler of the once great city. 
Tikal was a capital of the Maya world in ancient times, and it’s easy to believe when you’re confronted with the thousands of massive pyramids, plazas, temples, and dwellings that remain today.
Tikal National Park encompasses 575 square kilometres of jungle and thousands of ruined structures. 
Follow @andrea_frazzetta to know more about my next projects #guatemala #natgeotravel #tikal #mayans

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Leah Stewart

I have been there. It is amazing!!

Swooper

@coop4_life next San Bartolo & Xultun or El Mirador

Swooper

@coop4_life was nor that long ago we explored Tikal.

Pulkit Thakur

@ruch_cheer I remember all of them dude! Spent days on all of them 😁

Louisa Meury

@pixeldragoon next vacadventure?

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