Situated in the Chiquibul Forest Reserve in the Cayo District, Caracol is Belize’s biggest, most significant Mayan site. The site is known as the most broad Maya community in the country. Cutting across the sloping terrain, covering around 25 square miles, leftovers of immense rural field frameworks give proof of a broad ranch industry that once gave food to an enormous populace.
Caracol has an inner street framework comprised of 60 kilometers of Sacbeob (streets) and thoroughfares, which filled in as courses for transportation and correspondence. This site is home to the tallest man-made construction in Belize, Canna, standing 143 ft. over the square floor. The revelation of Alter 23, which shows bound hostages, demonstrates that Caracol was a very furious and war like focus.
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