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San Andres, Santa Tecla

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Walk among the ancient ceremonial structures of San Andres, a site constructed over 2,000 years ago. Not far from the city and close to other ceremonial sites, this is a good place to stop and take in some history. Hire one of the professional and knowledgable guides to get a true sense and understanding of the history and culture of the remains you observe. Bring sunscreen and find refreshments on site. To visit San Andres on your trip to Santa Tecla, use our Santa Tecla vacation route planner.
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  • Well here is a place which is not only mystical being in the center of the square and be able to feel how are energetic your body if not that there is much history, since according to historians it was a business center to call it somehow, then exchanged values. Is also the history of indigo that deep blue color which stained clothes mainly; According to that it was in El Salvador the cause of deaths of many tribes since the conquistadors forced them to do this unhealthy process. Interesting the acoustics of the place since by the pyramids zar can speak from one end to the other without yelling. Very sad that by the decision of one of the archaeologists mandara to be covered with cement pyramids, IF as you read it... But well, it is a place to learn, take energy and see more of these great fighters as they were the Maya!
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  • I think q is one of the best places to do tours of the pre-Columbian history! no doubt there are q know him!
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  • A large park surrounds a pyramid half out of its envelope of Earth. Close but "not visited" another pyramid more petite under excavation. As almost everywhere in El Salvador, the schoolchildren of all ages are ubiquitous and well nice
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