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Vast Mayan city discovered in southeast Mexico jungle

Mexico City, Jun 19 (EFE).- Archaeologists have discovered a previously unknown Mayan city in the southeastern state of Campeche, which for its vast extension and characteristics is believed to have been a seat of government some 1,400 years ago, Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History, or INAH, said. A team of experts headed by Slovenian archaeologist Ivan Sprajc has christened the site Chactun.
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