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832-62367 - Cross and angels with a view towards the city from the church of Iglesia Nuestra Senora de los Remedios, built on the pre-Hispanic Pyramid of Cholula, San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, Mexico, Latin America, North America
832-62365 - Roof of the Convento de San Gabriel monastery at night in front of the church of Iglesia Nuestra Senora de los Remedios on the ruins of the pre-Hispanic Pyramid of Cholula, San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, Mexico, Latin America, North America
832-62377 - Replica of the mural of The Pulque Drinkers, a traditional drink of the Aztecs, the museum of the pre-Hispanic Pyramid of Cholula, San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, Mexico, Latin America, North America
832-62368 - Archway and towers of the church of Iglesia Nuestra Senora de los Remedios, built on the pre-Hispanic Pyramid of Cholula, San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, Mexico, Latin America, North America
763-699 - Mochica Culture La Huaca del Sol (Temple of the Sun) built in 100-700AD world's largest adobe structure (1/3 of original size) pyramid and landscape, Peru
763-698 - Mochica Culture La Huaca del Sol (Temple of the Sun) built in 100-700AD world's largest adobe structure (1/3 of original size) view of top and valley, Peru
763-697 - Mochica Culture La Huaca del Sol (Temple of the Sun) built in 100-700AD world's largest adobe structure (1/3 of original size) view of top and valley, Peru
763-685 - Chimu Culture Chan Chan, 1300-1468AD, capital of empire and world's largest adobe city covering 20 sqkm near Trujillo walls of the Palacio Tschuldi, Peru
763-654 - Gold Artifacts Moche (Mochica) Culture, 100 to 700AD, NCoast 'feline-man' fr Old Lord of Sipan Tomb, 200AD, gilded divinity reigns over sea, land & sky, Peru
763-653 - Gold Artifacts Moche (Mochica) Culture, 100 to 700AD, NCoast 'crab man' from Old Lord of Sipan Tomb, 200AD, gilded copper figure of divinity of the sea, Peru
763-647 - Gold Artifacts Moche (Mochica) Culture, 100 to 700AD, NCoast gold rattle from Lord of Sipan Tomb, 300AD, represents 'Decapitator' Moche supreme deity, Peru
763-554 - Chimu culture Chan Chan, 1300-1464AD, capital of empire and world's largest adobe city covering 20 sq km near Trujillo walls of the Palacio Tschuldi, Peru