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    Temple of the Inscriptions, Mexico: Pattern

    View of completed model

    Temple of the Inscriptions, Mexico

    *This model was designed for Papercraft and may differ from the original in some respects.

    Parts list(pattern):Nine US letter sheets(No.1 to No.9)No. of Parts:25

    *Build the model by carefully reading the Assembly Instructions, in the parts sheet page order.

    Buried in tropical rainforest, the existence of the Palenque ruins built by the Mayans, whose civilization flourished in Central America from 300 to 900 A.D., remained unknown for 800 years. Despite excavation work carried out since the 19th century, the dimensions of the Temple of the Inscriptions - 23 meters in height and with nine stone levels - kept the burial chamber of the King Pacal hidden until 1952. Even today, most of these ruins remain buried in dense jungle.

    A cutaway model showing the interior structure of the temple

    Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. Canon Inc. Hiroshi Chiba / PAPERART-C

    Raise the front of the temple to see the secret stairway descending from the top of the temple to the underground burial chamber.

  • Temple of the Inscriptions, Mexico: Pattern Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. Canon Inc. Hiroshi Chiba / PAPERART-C

  • Temple of the Inscriptions, Mexico: Pattern Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. Canon Inc. Hiroshi Chiba / PAPERART-C

  • Temple of the Inscriptions, Mexico: Pattern Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. Canon Inc. Hiroshi Chiba / PAPERART-C

  • Temple of the Inscriptions, Mexico: Pattern Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. Canon Inc. Hiroshi Chiba / PAPERART-C

    Temple of the Inscriptions

    Palenque ruins (Mexico)

    Height: approximately 23 meters

    Construction began: 675 A.D.

    Completed: 692 A.D.

    Hidden stairway leading underground

    King Pacal's burial chamber (discovered 1952)