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My Trip to Yagul and the Ancient Ruins of Mexico & Guatemala in 2001 by Phil Konstantin - Picture Page 13

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The following pictures are of, or from, the ruins at Yagul. Yagul is a few miles from Mitla and southeast of Oaxaca, Mexico. Other than the young woman you see in a couple of these photos, I had the place to myself for most of my stay here. It cost 27 pesos to enter. The hill overlooking the site is about 300 feet higher.












The big smile and eyes are highlighted in the large version of this photo.





I went inside of the triple tomb. You can see by my walking stick, the entrance is about 3 feet (1 meter) high.















This picture is a blending of the three previous photos



This sign says the Yagul ballcourt is the second largest in Mesoamerica, second only to Chitchen Itza.















This is the first of two pictures of Yagul from the overlooking hill. The straight road is a little over 1 mile long. It leads to Hwy 190 (the road between Mitla and Oaxaca).







This "merged" photo shows the whole area.




This "merged" photo shows the whole area.






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