MU­SEO DE ES­CUL­TU­RA

Honduras Tips - - ARQUEOLOGÍA * ARCHAEOLOGY -

Sin­ce March 1999, a gui­ded tour of two tun­nels over 4 km (2 mi­les ap­prox.) Un­der the Acro­po­lis was ope­ned to the pu­blic. Each vi­sit only allows 10 peo­ple at a ti­me to pre­ser­ve it. Es una de las más im­por­tan­tes es­truc- tu­ras que el vi­si­tan­te en­con­tra­rá en su re­co­rri­do por el par­que arqueológico de Co­pán; al­ber­ga más de 3,000 pie­zas de es­cul­tu­ra, las cua­les se en­cuen­tran dis­tri­bui­das en 59 ex­hi­bi­cio­nes. El mu­seo es fa­mo­so por su ré­pli­ca a ta­ma­ño na­tu­ral del mag­ní­fi­co Tem­plo Ro­sa­li­la, el Al­tar Q ori­gi­nal y las es­te­las A, P y 2.

It is one of the most im­por­tant struc­tu­res that the vi­si­tors will find du­ring their vi­sit to the ar­chaeo­lo­gi­cal park of Co­pán; It houses mo­re than 3,000 pie­ces of scul­ptu­re, which are dis­tri­bu­ted in 59 ex­hi­bi­tions. The mu­seum is fa­mous for its li­fe-si­ze re­pli­ca of the mag­ni­fi­cent Ro­sa­li­la Tem­ple, the ori­gi­nal Q Al­tar and ste­las A, P and 2

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