Ancient Mayan pyramid destroyed for road fill
A Mayan pyramid that has stood for 2,300 years in Belize has been reduced to rubble, apparently to make fill for roads.
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#1 May 15, 2013
Talk about your ignorant fracks. I hope they name the supervisor and/or land owner that ordered and authorized this. If the workers were from Belize they should be ashamed. If nothing else why help kill the tourist industry.
Since: May 13
#2 May 30, 2013
"Work at the site stopped when the archaeologists were alerted to it, but the site's scientific value has been severely compromised, they said."
What a story.
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