Las Labradas, Sinalao archaeological site
Las Labradas, Sinalao archaeological site is part of the Tentative list of Mexico in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
Las Labradas is an archaeological site of petroglyphs made on rocks in an intertidal zone, which means that they are covered daily by tides. More than 600 engravings have been inventoried in this area. They were produced by a pre-Hispanic civilization between 1000 B.C. and 300 A.D. and their significance has not yet been elucidated. They represent humans, animals, geometric motifs and abstract forms.
Map of Las Labradas, Sinalao archaeological siteLoad map
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2012 Added to Tentative List
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