The Pyramid of the Magician

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Joshua J. Mark
by N/A
published on 08 July 2012
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The Pyramid of the Magician at Uxmal, Yucatan rises 115 feet with a base of 227 by 162 feet. It is also known as The Pyramid of the Dwarf and features in the popular Maya legend of the dwarf who became king. Uxmal (whose name means `thrice built' in Mayan)was an important city which flourished between 600 -1000 CE

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