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The secret of the Mayan civilization to survive in the midst of geographical conditions and extreme weather for thousands of years

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The ruins of the city of Tikal, the largest city in the Mayan civilization, in Guatemala.

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The ruins of the city of Tikal, the largest city in the Mayan civilization, in Guatemala.

Standing in one of the largest cities of the ancient Maya civilization, Tikal, in Guatemala, visitors are surrounded by steep limestone pyramids, as high as Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

Tourists are also greeted by the sounds of monkeys and birds that come from the rainforest scenery behind them.

Constructed without the aid of animal carriers, metal tools or wheels, these magnificent stone carvings served as seats of power for the kings and priests who ruled in the most influential city in the Maya empire.

The city stretches across the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, Guatemala, Belize and parts of Honduras and El Salvador.

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