An Ancient Mayan City and protected tropical forests at Campeche, Mexico. … More Calakmul
The Pyramid of the Magician is a Mesoamerican step pyramid located in the ancient, Pre-Columbian city of Uxmal, Mexico … More The Pyramid of the Magician
The biblical place where the prophet Elijah was taken up to heaven in a whirlwind. … More Gilgal
Charco del Ingenio is sacred nature conservation area in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico. … More Charco del Ingenio
Yalahau is considered a magic place in local folklore, it was a refuge for the famous pirate Molas; Mayan royalty turned Yalahau into a private place where only his wives could swim, a royal swimming pool decorated with green jade. … More Yalahau
R’lyeh was inspired by the megalithic ruins at Nan Madol. In “The Call of Cthulhu”, the unfortunate investigators discover the location of the horrible city of R’lyeh, where the non-euclidean geometry of its ruins drives men mad. … More Lovecraft’s R’lyeh
Despite warnings that the objects were likely stolen from Sumerian archeological sites, Hobby Lobby purchased thousands of antiquities anyway, such as Cuneiform tablets, cylinder seals and clay bullae.
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The most notable pyramids of the State of Guanajuato, unknown until today, where built and inhabited by the Mayan. … More Tzché
An archeological site in Querétaro featuring the smallest Mesoamerican ball game court in America. … More Tancama
It is mentioned several times in the Old Testament. The biblical eponym is Tema. It was rich and proud enough in the 7th century BC for Jeremiah to prophesy against it … More Tayma Oasis