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Calakmul is a situated in the middle of the Calakmul biosphere reserve, the largest tropical forest reserve in Mexico. Set aside as a Biosphere Reserve in 1989, Calakmul is also a major archaeology site. The great city of Calakmul was discovered in 1931, but restoration and mapping was only begun in 1985. The city extended over 10 square miles and had over 600 structures. More are being discovered. Its population at its peak was over 50,000. The site is a wealth of Stelae -- 103 have been found so far. The dates on the stelae range from AD 364 to 810.


 

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