Guayabo de Turrialba Archaeological Site

Local nameGuayabo de Turrialba Archaeological Site
LocationTurrialba, Costa Rica

Guayabo de Turrialba is an archeological site located in Turrialba, within the Central Volcanic Conservation Area in the Cartago Province, Costa Rica. It is protected within the Guayabo National Monument.

The site is of great archeological and cultural importance even though only a very small portion of the city has been uncovered and studied. The monument covers 540 acres and is located on the forested southern slope of Turrialba Volcano. The settlement was occupied between 1000 BC and 1400 AD after which it was mysteriously abandoned. The reason is still unclear and the Spanish Conquistadors and settlers did not leave any record as to whether they found the ruins.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guayabo_de_Turrialba

Address Radial Guayabo, Costa Rica

Coordinates 9°57'55.956" N -83°40'41.783" E

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