The greatest archeological discovery in the last 50 years throughout Latin America is Joya de Cerén, a Mayan village that was preserved under the ashes of the Loma Caldera volcano’s eruption 1400 years ago, now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Transfer to San Andres, a ceremonial center with pyramids, some mounds and a historical museum. Visit Chalchuapa, El Tazumal and Casa Blanca, their pyramids, and see archeological remains in the museum. In El Tazumal, tour the pyramids and near here, see replicas of Mayan ceramic of great quality as jewels elaborated by local artisans. Casa Blanca is also known for its processing of indigo dyeing. Visitors can participate in the dyeing process.
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