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Pyramids

Pyramidal constructions can be found in Santa Bárbara and in La Mancha in Icod de los Vinos, forming a group of eight pyramids, of which the tallest was the Pirámide de La Mancha, that was destroyed by the building of a highway, leaving only the smaller constructions and the Pyramid complex (conjunto Piramidal) of Chacona in Guimar forming an ensemble of nine pyramids of which only five remain. All these pyramid constructions are stepped, similar to the pyramids built by the Mayas and Aztecs in Central America.

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