A very unique archeological dig. The walkways are well constructed and well marked and the signs are very good at explaining the structures in view. Because they are so old, a lot of it is conjecture so it's a neat place to visit for the history but don't expect to have a full description of ancient life there. The canal system part of it was very interesting to me but all of the focus on the large undefined mound and constant discussion of trash mounds was a bit odd to me. That said, I'm glad that I visited here and the staff in the visitor center and gift shop are very friendly and helpful so give it a look!
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