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The Edzna Ruins is located 55 km southeast from Campeche City in the State of Campeche by the Federal Highway 180 in Mexico. Edzna is a Mayan name which means House of the Grimaces (also known as the house of Itzaes).
The city was founded around 600 to 300 BC as a small agricultural community. Edzna reached its most important era as a grand regional capital between 600 and 900 AD.
Edzna is one of the most interesting Mayan cities due to the technological advances developed there such as:
• An advanced system of hydraulic works • A magnificent drainage system • The rainwater flowed to artificial deposits called Chultunes
Read more here ► http://mayanexplore.com/top_places_det.php?m=52&c=1
 
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The Edzna Ruins is located 55 km southeast from Campeche City in the State of Campeche by the Federal Highway 180 in Mexico. Edzna is a Mayan name which means House of the Grimaces (also known as the house of Itzaes).
The city was founded around 600 to 300 BC as a small agricultural community. Edzna reached its most important era as a grand regional capital between 600 and 900 AD.
Edzna is one of the most interesting Mayan cities due to the technological advances developed there such as:
• An advanced system of hydraulic works • A magnificent drainage system • The rainwater flowed to artificial deposits called Chultunes
Read more here ► http://mayanexplore.com/top_places_det.php?m=52&c=1
 
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The Edzna Ruins is located 55 km southeast from Campeche City in the State of Campeche by the Federal Highway 180 in Mexico. Edzna is a Mayan name which means House of the Grimaces (also known as the house of Itzaes).
The city was founded around 600 to 300 BC as a small agricultural community. Edzna reached its most important era as a grand regional capital between 600 and 900 AD.
Edzna is one of the most interesting Mayan cities due to the technological advances developed there such as:
• An advanced system of hydraulic works • A magnificent drainage system • The rainwater flowed to artificial deposits called Chultunes
Read more here ► http://mayanexplore.com/top_places_det.php?m=52&c=1
 
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Panasonic DMC-FZ45
ISO
80
Aperture
f/5.6
Exposure
1/640th
Focal Length
4mm

The Edzna Ruins is located 55 km southeast from Campeche City in the State of Campeche by the Federal Highway 180 in Mexico. Edzna is a Mayan name which means House of the Grimaces (also known as the house of Itzaes).

The city was founded around 600 to 300 BC as a small agricultural community. Edzna reached its most important era as a grand regional capital between 600 and 900 AD.

Edzna is one of the most interesting Mayan cities due to the technological advances developed there such as:

• An advanced system of hydraulic works 
• A magnificent drainage system 
• The rainwater flowed to artificial deposits called Chultunes

Read more here http://mayanexplore.com/top_places_det.php?m=52&c=1

 

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