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San Andres, El Salvador

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  • Everyone in el salvador recommended seeing it and although not are wrong if you've seen tikal, copan or other ruins leaves much to be desired
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  • If one is nearby - and interested in archeology - then, as the saying goes, "why not?" It's certainly not Tikal...or Chichén Itza...or any other marginally significant site in and around Central Ameri...  more »
  • San Andrés are Mayan remains including an acropolis meets pyramidal buildings. Together with archaeological interest is the environment: covered in green, in a space of peace that it is really worthwhile to enjoy. Do not miss it.
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  • If one is nearby - and interested in archeology - then, as the saying goes, "why not?" It's certainly not Tikal...or Chichén Itza...or any other marginally significant site in and around Central America. But for 15-20 minutes...why not? (This said, note that foreigners should be prepared to pay 300% of the local price to get in -- worth it? Maybe...as long as one appreciates archeology...really appreciates archeology!)
  • Very nice for people trying to get into culture. Very close to Joya de Ceren as well so it is easy to hit both sites in one day.
  • Hermoso lugar
  • It's a most if you're visiting El Salvador
  • You never and left
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