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Mexico, Oaxaca, Monte Alban, looking toward North Platform : Stock Photo
Ancient Zapotec capital. Monte Alban means White Mountain, it stands on a long artificially flattened hilltop. Site was first occupied 800-400BC, and then went in to decline for reasons unknown around 700-800 AD.

Mexico, Oaxaca, Monte Alban, looking toward North Platform

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Ancient Zapotec capital. Monte Alban means White Mountain, it stands on a long artificially flattened hilltop. Site was first occupied 800-400BC, and then went in to decline for reasons unknown around 700-800 AD.
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Robert Frerck
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