Inside the Mayan Village of Joya de Ceren

David’s Been Here tours the ancient Mayan village of Joya de Ceren. It is here that you can see the only Mayan ruins in all of Mesoamerica that display where/how ‘regular’ people used to live. Nicknamed the “Pompeii of the Americas”, the village was both destroyed and preserved by a volcanic eruption. Take a tour of this amazing and unique archaeological site as David films the storage facilities, houses, ritualistic locations and community kitchens. Discovered in 1976, this ancient village gives insight into both the culture and history of the Mayan people, and is an absolute must visit when traveling through the country.  Learn all about this UNESCO World Heritage Site with the DBH Guide: El Salvador, also available for your Kindle.

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