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Lubaantun Maya ruins in Belize The centre of the site is on a large artificially raised platform between two small rivers; it has often been noted that the situation is well-suited to military defence. The ancient name of the site is currently unknown; "Lubaantun" is a modern Maya name meaning "place of fallen stones

Lubaantun Maya ruins in Belize The centre of the site is on a large artificially raised platform between two small rivers; it has often been noted that the situation is well-suited to military defence. The ancient name of the site is currently unknown; "Lubaantun" is a modern Maya name meaning "place of fallen stones

The Mayan Ruins at Lamanai, Belize are reached from Orange Walk by a spectacular river journey, or by car through a Mennonite community.  Either way, it's an adventure!  At Lamanai, explore the Maya site, climb the High Temple pyramid and marvel at the Mask Temple.  Just on of the awesome things to do in Belize!

The Mayan Ruins at Lamanai, Belize are reached from Orange Walk by a spectacular river journey, or by car through a Mennonite community. Either way, it's an adventure! At Lamanai, explore the Maya site, climb the High Temple pyramid and marvel at the Mask Temple. Just on of the awesome things to do in 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.

Lamanai northern Belize Maya Temple Ruins - The vast majority of the site remained unexcavated until the mid-1970s. Archaeological work has concentrated on the investigation and restoration of the larger structures, most notably the Mask Temple, Structure N10-9 ("Temple of the Jaguar Masks") and High Temple.twitter  @GMCGuys

Lamanai northern Belize Maya Temple Ruins - The vast majority of the site remained unexcavated until the mid-1970s. Archaeological work has concentrated on the investigation and restoration of the larger structures, most notably the Mask Temple, Structure N10-9 ("Temple of the Jaguar Masks") and High Temple.twitter @GMCGuys

Lamanai northern Belize Maya Temple Ruins - The vast majority of the site remained unexcavated until the mid-1970s. Archaeological work has concentrated on the investigation and restoration of the larger structures, most notably the Mask Temple, Structure N10-9 ("Temple of the Jaguar Masks") and High Temple.twitter  @GMCGuys

Lamanai northern Belize Maya Temple Ruins - The vast majority of the site remained unexcavated until the mid-1970s. Archaeological work has concentrated on the investigation and restoration of the larger structures, most notably the Mask Temple, Structure N10-9 ("Temple of the Jaguar Masks") and High Temple.twitter @GMCGuys

Lamanai northern Belize Maya Temple Ruins - The vast majority of the site remained unexcavated until the mid-1970s. Archaeological work has concentrated on the investigation and restoration of the larger structures, most notably the Mask Temple, Structure N10-9 ("Temple of the Jaguar Masks") and High Temple.twitter  @GMCGuys

Lamanai northern Belize Maya Temple Ruins - The vast majority of the site remained unexcavated until the mid-1970s. Archaeological work has concentrated on the investigation and restoration of the larger structures, most notably the Mask Temple, Structure N10-9 ("Temple of the Jaguar Masks") and High Temple.twitter @GMCGuys

Lamanai northern Belize Maya Temple Ruins - The vast majority of the site remained unexcavated until the mid-1970s. Archaeological work has concentrated on the investigation and restoration of the larger structures, most notably the Mask Temple, Structure N10-9 ("Temple of the Jaguar Masks") and High Temple.twitter  @GMCGuys

Lamanai northern Belize Maya Temple Ruins - The vast majority of the site remained unexcavated until the mid-1970s. Archaeological work has concentrated on the investigation and restoration of the larger structures, most notably the Mask Temple, Structure N10-9 ("Temple of the Jaguar Masks") and High Temple.twitter @GMCGuys

Lamanai northern Belize Maya Temple Ruins - The vast majority of the site remained unexcavated until the mid-1970s. Archaeological work has concentrated on the investigation and restoration of the larger structures, most notably the Mask Temple, Structure N10-9 ("Temple of the Jaguar Masks") and High Temple.twitter  @GMCGuys

Lamanai northern Belize Maya Temple Ruins - The vast majority of the site remained unexcavated until the mid-1970s. Archaeological work has concentrated on the investigation and restoration of the larger structures, most notably the Mask Temple, Structure N10-9 ("Temple of the Jaguar Masks") and High Temple.twitter @GMCGuys

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