Temple I, Tikal (Guatemala) - 3D View

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Mark Cartwright
by albertcamps93
published on 29 October 2018

Temple I, Tikal, Gautemala. The temple was used as the tomb of Maya ruler Jasaw Chan K'awiil (r. 682-734 CE). The structure is 50 metres high and the steps climbing to the top are set at an angle of over 70 degrees.

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