The Copan Mayan Ruins in Honduras is a large Mayan cultural site, which is very mysterious. The stone buildings are relatively well-preserved so far. Various temples and pyramids can be seen everywhere. They are one of the important sites for studying and understanding Mayan culture. You must not miss it.
Copan is an important Mayan site. It is the largest Mayan site in Honduras. He is deep in the dense forest, and the scale of the entire site is very large. The cash preserved many Mayan temples, shrines and houses where residents lived. It is an important place to visit and understand Maya culture.
The Copan Mayan ruins in Honduras is an early site of the Maya civilization in Mesoamerica. It is relatively well-preserved. Some exquisite stone carvings, temples, and pyramids have been preserved. The scale is very large. From then on, we can see the glory of the Maya civilization at that time. It is also a world cultural heritage and the most important tourist resource in Honduras.
The ruins of the Mayan civilization are very grand, experience it for yourself.
The Copan Mayan ruins are located in a canyon 56 kilometers west of Santa Rosa west of Honduras, near the border with Guatemala. It was the capital of the ancient Mayan kingdom in 2000 BC, and it was also the center of scientific, cultural and religious activities at that time. On the way from Guatemala to San Pedro Sula in Honduras in 1576, the Spaniard Diego Garcia discovered the ruins of this ancient city submerged in bushes. The ruins include pyramids, altars, squares, 6 temples, stone steps, 36 stone tablets and carvings. The history of the Copan Kingdom can be traced back to the 2nd century AD. It reached its peak in the 5th century AD to the 9th century AD. Then, like other Mayan city-states in the classical period, it suddenly declined and was completely abandoned in the jungle. In ancient times, Copan might be called "Xukpi".