Friday, April 23, 2010

Tikal Investment

From the Agence France-Presse via Inquirer Global Nation
Japan has donated $6 million to build a conservation and research center at Tikal in northern Guatemala, the largest archaeological site and urban center of the Maya civilization, a Japanese diplomatic source said Monday.
The complex, to hold laboratories for archaeological research and a digital archive center, will also store and display Mayan relics at Tikal National Park, a popular Unesco World Heritage Site near the Belize border, said Japanese embassy official Jisasi Ueno.

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