17 thoughts on “Corporate destruction of Mayan temple in Belize

  1. This is just blatant ignorance! There are just some things in the world that are to remain untouched by human hands, this being one of them. There are other man-made materials that could have been used to make a road, not this temple. This temple is special to the people of that area. This and the deforestation of the rainforests is not right. I really hope the police of that area are successful in bringing up criminal charges against the company responsible for this act and they are held liable. There can be no more temples nor monuments destroyed of this nature.


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