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Ancient Maya homes stand below layers of ash over 20 feet deep. At Joya de Ceren (Jewel of Ceren) Archaeology Park, a Maya village burried beneath the ash of a sudden volcanic eruption of Llopango volcano around the year 640 A.D. The deposited 13 to 26 feet of volcanic ash (known as tierra blanca) resulted in the preservation of the homes, crops and other evidence of daily life in the Zapotitan Valley at an elevation of 1,480 feet. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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