Ruins of ancient Mayan civilization discovered in Yucatan, Mexico
- This ancient city is located near the coastal town of Merida in the northern Yucatan peninsula and was built around AD 600 to AD 900
Recently, INAH, Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History, announced the discovery of an ancient city ruins of the Mayan civilization in Yucatan, Mexico's Yucatan state.
According to the judgment of archaeological experts, the site was built between AD 600 and AD 900, and the buildings of the entire ancient city have obvious Mayan civilization style.
At present, archaeologists have identified 12 buildings in an area of about 21 hectares, which include residences, palaces, workshops, etc. Experts estimate that about 4,000 people could live in the ancient city. Editor/He Yuting