Sculptural Holy Cross House uses passive solar energy and natural ventilation

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Sculptural Holy Cross House uses passive solar energy and natural ventilation

Legendary lost ‘City of the Monkey God’ discovered buried in the Honduran rainforest

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Legendary lost cities are the stuff of children’s stories and Disney movies, but once in a while, they’re part of real life too. One of these ancient rumored cities has been discovered in the rainforest of Honduras. Known as the “City of the Monkey God,” archaeologists have been working for years to track down the abandoned city’s resting place, and they’ve finally done it. Read the rest of Legendary lost ‘City of the Monkey God’ discovered buried in the Honduran rainforest Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: ancient central american civilizations , ancient central american cultures , ancient lost city , archaeological discoveries in honduras , city of the monkey god , honduran rainforest , Honduras , white city

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Legendary lost ‘City of the Monkey God’ discovered buried in the Honduran rainforest

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