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45° 17′ 27.61″ N, 64° 46′ 28.62 ″ W
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Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
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48° 35′ 57.44″ N, 124° 42′ 54.79″ W
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San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Angangueo, Mexico
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19° 36′ 35.24″ N, 100° 16′ 05.29″ W
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Mexico
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20° 40′ 56.90″ N, 88° 34′ 508.22″ W
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The Egyptians weren’t the only architects of pyramids; the ancient Mayan Civilization also built pyramidal structures, like those found at Chichen Itza. It was a major center for the northern Mayans, and the site consists of temples, palaces, stages and other stone structures. Probably the most iconic is El Castillo, or “the castle,” which is a stepped pyramid that you can climb via stairways on each side. El Castillo is the temple of Kukulkan, a feathered serpent god of the Mayans, and during the spring and fall equinoxes at sunrise or sunset, a shadow of a serpent is cast on the sides of the pyramid. The buildings are elaborately decorated with terraces that allow you to overlook the ruins of the Mayan city. Another great place to shoot is the Temple of the Warriors, which is also a stepped pyramid, and has rows of carved columns featuring Mayan warriors.

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