Mount Maya (摩耶山, Maya-san) is a 698.6-metre-high (2,292 ft) mountain in Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.
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Under the jungle, a more pluralistic Maya society
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Laser mapping reveals a forgotten Maya city in the jungle
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Maya sacrifice victims found with mysterious blue string in their teeth
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