Possible Maya bridge at Yaxchilan

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Possible remnant of Mayan bridge in Usumacinta River at Yaxchilan
Possible remnant of Mayan bridge in Usumacinta River at Yaxchilan. / Dennis Jarvis, / CC BY-SA 2.0
Structures at the banks of Usumacinta River and in the middle of it hint at existence of the longest bridge of the ancient world. Bridge was approximately 200 m long and had two pylons in the river.

Location, GPS coordinates:16.8999 N 90.9626 W
Categories:Bridges and overpasses
Values:Archaeology, Unexplained
Rating:2.5 out of 5 stars (2.5 / 5)
Where is located?North America, Mexico, Chiapas, and Guatemala, Petén, in Usumacinta River at the Grand Plaza of Yaxchilan

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Possible Maya bridge at Yaxchilan 16.899949, -90.962594 Possible Maya bridge at YaxchilanA possible longest bridge of the ancient world. If it existed, the bridge was approximately 200 m long.[usr 2.5]

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