Mayan Ruins of Central America: San Andres

David’s Been Here continues its archaeological journey through El Salvador to the ancient city of San Andres. Dating back to 900 BC, this city was once an important commercial and religious center for the Mayan people, housing the government body and controlling trade between surrounding villages and cities. Tour through the site as David displays the ruins of government houses, the main plaza and pyramids dotting the site. With most of the city still undergoing excavation, there’s something new to experience every time you visit. Tour this amazing archaeological site and learn even more about the ancient Mayan world with the DBH Guide: El Salvador, also available for your Kindle.

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