San Andres “Mayan Ruins” El Salvador


DBH Unplugged continues its archaeological journey through El Salvador towards the ancient city of San Andrés. Dating back to 900 BC, this city was once an important commercial and religious center for the Mayan people, the housing of the government body and control of trade between towns and cities in the surrounding area. Tour through the site as David shows the ruins of government houses, the main square and pyramids dotting the site. With most of the city still experiencing excavation, there is something new to experience every time you visit. Visit this incredible archaeological site and learn even more about the ancient Mayan world with the DBH: El Salvador guide, also available for your Kindle.

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Video credits to Davidsbeenhere YouTube channel


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San Andres “Mayan Ruins” El Salvador

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  1. As always- great job, David. Thank you so much for promoting my beautiful country. Cheers!

  2. I was in El Salvador when this video was uploaded only I was in between ilobasco and tejute

  3. I am French, I understand very little English; this report countered very interessant, as the others evidently. it's a pity.

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