Photographer's Note

San Andres is a Mayan archeological site located in the valley of Zapotitan. The site was occupied around the year 900 before Christ as a farming village.
This is the Acropolis, which houses the main structures.
The structure I, shown here, was constructed with core of volcanic tuff and adobe blocks, covered with cut volcanic stones. The stairway corresponds with the facade of the structure, where an offering composed of an eccentric flint, seven marine shells, one manta ray spine and a jade bead was found.

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Additional Photos by Pedro Montes (Periko) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 803 W: 132 N: 1392] (9105)
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