El Salvador World Heritage - Joya de Cerén Archaeological Site via @unesco  "Joya de Cerén was a pre-Hispanic farming community that, like Pompeii and Herculaneum in Italy, was buried under an eruption of the Laguna Caldera volcano c. AD 600. Because of the exceptional condition of the remains, they provide an insight into the daily lives of the Central American populations who worked the land at that time"

El Salvador World Heritage - Joya de Cerén Archaeological Site via @unesco "Joya de Cerén was a pre-Hispanic farming community that, like Pompeii and Herculaneum in Italy, was buried under an eruption of the Laguna Caldera volcano c. AD 600. Because of the exceptional condition of the remains, they provide an insight into the daily lives of the Central American populations who worked the land at that time"

Joya de Ceren Tazumal El Salvador Pompei of the Americas ...

Joya de Ceren Tazumal El Salvador Pompei of the Americas ...

Joya-de-Ceren-3_UNESCO

Joya-de-Ceren-3_UNESCO

Mayan Ruins at Joya de Cerén | El Salvador Beautiful! Still being excavated...

Mayan Ruins at Joya de Cerén | El Salvador Beautiful! Still being excavated...

Picto-glyphs © language complete collection, Joya de Ceren Museum

Picto-glyphs © language complete collection, Joya de Ceren Museum

I've been meaning to out   La Joya de Ceren Restaurante in Rockaway ever since reading this review in New York Magazine. Authentic Latin American cuisine? I'm curious.

I've been meaning to out La Joya de Ceren Restaurante in Rockaway ever since reading this review in New York Magazine. Authentic Latin American cuisine? I'm curious.

#Frida, el lenguaje maya y Joya de Cerén | New Maya Language

#Frida, el lenguaje maya y Joya de Cerén

#Frida, el lenguaje maya y Joya de Cerén | New Maya Language

Remains of Maya village of Joya de Ceren buried by volcanic eruption around A.D. 600

The Lost Maya Village of Cerén

Remains of Maya village of Joya de Ceren buried by volcanic eruption around A.D. 600

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