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A Mayan Ceremonial Site and Coffee Santa Leticia | [Patricia L. Lawrence]

A Mayan Ceremonial Site and Coffee Santa Leticia

In the Southern Highlands of El Salvador, 2,600 years ago, a clay terrace was built on the side of a mountain. Today, the fan shaped terrace is covered with a thick layer of earth and artifacts belonging to the people who built and used this important ceremonial site. The site is also covered with hundreds of coffee trees, belonging to the Santa Leticia Gourmet Coffee Farm.
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Audible Editor Reviews

Patricia L. Lawrence continues her tour of South and Central America with this trip to El Salvador. In this episode, Lawrence brings us to the top of the mountain where she tours a two-and-a-half-millennia-old terrace! But this isn't just a trip to see historical artifacts, Lawrence also tours the coffee farm of the Santa Leticia Gourmet Coffee Farm. As usual, Lawrence is a real treat. Her narration of the sights and scenery is both informative and entertaining. The perfect companion for anyone new to El Salvador's unique culture and scenery.

Publisher's Summary

In the Southern Highlands of El Salvador, 2,600 years ago, a clay terrace was built on the side of a mountain. Today, the fan shaped terrace is covered with a thick layer of earth and artifacts belonging to the people who built and used this important ceremonial site. The site is also covered with hundreds of coffee trees, belonging to the Santa Leticia Gourmet Coffee Farm. (This Audio Journey is also available in our MesoAmerica Series.)

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