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My Trip to the Ancient Ruins of Tikal in Guatemala in 2001 by Phil Konstantin - Picture Page 20

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Hey, I made it to Guatemala! The locals made that "Gee, what things tourists will take pictures of" kind of shrug when I took this. When I told them it was to help explain things on my internet site, they made the same shrug and said, "Internet?"



From my hotel in Flores, Guatemala.



The same place just before the rain storm hit. It was as if someone unzipped the clouds. Literally, one minute it was dry, the next it was a downpour.



Tikal!

The park covers approximately 222 square miles.









the nearby stele are dated around 771 A.D.









Stele 22 and Alter 10 were built by King Yax Nuun Ayiin II (Ruler C, Chitam or Yax Ain II) and are dated around 771 A.D.





Stele 19 was also built by King Yax Nuun Ayiin II (Ruler C or Yax Ain II)





The rear (eastern side) of Temple 1. It is also called the Temple of the Giant Jaguar.


According to some scholars, Temple 1 is the burial place of the ruler Jasaw Chan K'awil I AD 682 - 734. Also known as Ruler A or Ah Cacao.


This is the ball court on the south side of Temple 1 in the Great Plaza.









A glimpse of the Great Plaza as seen from Temple 1.



The front (western side) of Temple 1.
It is approximately 160 feet high and was believed to be built around 700 A.D.



The North Acropolis and the large group of stele in the Great Plaza.



The front (eastern side) of Temple 2.
It is approximately 120 feet high and was believed to be built around 700 A.D.










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