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The World Heritage: Fontainebleau & Tikal

25 minutes 39 seconds

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In this episode, students explore the palace of Fontainebleau in France and Tikal National Park in Guatemala. The Fontainebleau forest on the outskirts of Paris, France had been a royal hunting ground since medieval times. It was here in 1528, that Francis I constructed the Renaissance-style palace. Slumbering in the jungle of northern Guatemala, Tikal is the largest and oldest ruined city of the Maya civilization. The site contains around 3000 structures including temples and residential buildings. Part of the “World Heritage” series.

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