Archaeological Sites in Central/North America

Maya Site of Copán (Honduras) Editor Fri, 11/09/2018 - 15:22
Discovered in 1570, the ruins of Copán in western Honduras is one of the most important sites of the Mayan civilization. Not excavated until the 19th century, the ruined citadel and imposing public squares reveal the three main stages of development before the city was abandoned in the early 10th century.

Pre-Columbian Chiefdom Settlements with Stone Spheres of the Diquís World Heritage Site (Costa Rica)

Pre-Columbian Chiefdom Settlements with Stone Spheres of the Diquís, located in southern Costa Rica, illustrate the physical evidence of pre-Columbian hierarchical societies. The exceptional stone spheres continue to leave researchers speculating about the method and tools of their production.
Pre-Columbian Maya Ruins and Archaeological Sites in El Salvador Editor Sat, 08/24/2019 - 17:20
The Yucatán Peninsula and the Petén Basin/Maya Forest region of Belize, Guatemala and Mexico have become synonymous with Maya ruins however, there are several sites in El Salvador of importance. El Salvador has five archaeological parks plus a Mesoamerican site that is not open to the public.