October 6, 2015
Quirigua Mayan Ruins, Guatemala Caribbean shore excursions
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Quiriguá, a site of Mayan ruins known for its enormous stelae. While there are no temples comparable to those found in Tikal or Copán, the stelae in Quiriguá are many times larger than those found in other sites. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This gigantic marker stands as a monument to the Ancient Maya Civilization, and to the Mayan lord of the forgotten city of Quiriguá who is depicted, over three times life size, on its face. His somber face, carved in the half-round, is unmistakably Mayan. His body is intricately adorned, from ornate boots to a full headdress. He holds the staff of authority, and looks down with immutable severity across his city, oblivious to its extinction.
Cruises Retail . $ 125.00 pp
TTT outlet Value $ 79.00 pp
Includes, Guide, Transportatión from Santo Tomas de Castilla Port to Quirigua
Entrance, Expert Guide, refreshment.
6 hours tour
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