As usual, the government let this historical site go to rack and ruin, before realizing that tourism to this site actually generates money. OOOWW there is that word...money. The current government is trying to repair and maintain what is left thankfully. To look at how these buildings were made is fascinating considering the tools they had at their disposal. A worthwhile visit , read the stories on the plaques and visit the museum / tourist centre a little farther down the road.
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