Ancient Belize Pyramid Destroyed For Gravel - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

A road crew in Belize has destroyed one of the country's largest ancient Mayan pyramids in order to extract materials for road fill, archaeologists in the Central American country reported. According to local media, the sloping sides of the 2,300-year-old pyramid at the Noh Mul complex, near the northern town of Orange Walk close to the Mexican border, were bulldozed away. A local construction company is under investigation for destroying the pyramid for gravel.



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