Río Azul

[ ree-oh uh-zool; Spanish ree-aw ah-sool ]
/ ˈri oʊ əˈzul; Spanish ˈri ɔ ɑˈsul /

noun

an archaeological site in the jungles of northern Guatemala, where a 1,500-year-old painted Mayan tomb was discovered intact in 1984.

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