Mayan Site Fears «Seven Wonders» Success

Wayne M. Gore - Jun 25, 2007
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Mexico‘s most famous Mayan ruins, at Chichen Itza, could become a victim of their own success if they are named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in a global competition. Archaeologists said the pyramid site in southeastern Mexico would be hit by an avalanche of additional visitors if it wins the contest and that the extra wear and tear could force authorities to limit the tourist traffic.

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