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The Jaguar Temple at Lamanai, Belize, just after the tour group left

The Jaguar Temple at Lamanai, Belize, just after the tour group left

Lamanai - Lakeside Center of Belize Archaeology of the Central American Country of Belize.

Maya Highland

Lamanai - Lakeside Center of Belize Archaeology of the Central American Country of Belize.

The Mayan ruins of Lamanai Belize once belonged to a sizable Mayan city in the Orange Walk District. "Lamanai" comes from the Maya term for "submerged crocodile", a nod to the toothy reptiles who live along the banks of the New River.

The Mayan ruins of Lamanai Belize once belonged to a sizable Mayan city in the Orange Walk District. "Lamanai" comes from the Maya term for "submerged crocodile", a nod to the toothy reptiles who live along the banks of the New River.

Situated high on the Vaca Plateau deep in the Chiquibul Forest Reserve, Caracol is the most extensive Mayan site in Belize and was only re-discovered in 1936. Learn more about my trip to Belize on danielledrollins.com

Situated high on the Vaca Plateau deep in the Chiquibul Forest Reserve, Caracol is the most extensive Mayan site in Belize and was only re-discovered in 1936. Learn more about my trip to Belize on danielledrollins.com

The Jaguar Temple at Lamanai, the jaguar face at the base in profile, Belize

The Jaguar Temple at Lamanai, the jaguar face at the base in profile, Belize

As Israeli archaeologists recover artifacts from the religious site, ancient history inflames modern-day political tensions

What is Beneath the Temple Mount?

As Israeli archaeologists recover artifacts from the religious site, ancient history inflames modern-day political tensions

Lamani was a large Mayan city in northern Belize Its name translates in Mayan language to "submerged Crocodile". Best known for 33 meter tall "High Temple" http://twitter.com/ChichenItzaBob

Lamani was a large Mayan city in northern Belize Its name translates in Mayan language to "submerged Crocodile". Best known for 33 meter tall "High Temple" http://twitter.com/ChichenItzaBob

Xunantunich (Stone Lady) Mayan ruins in Belize

Xunantunich (Stone Lady) Mayan ruins in Belize

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