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Of particular importance to setting at Copan are decisions about the extent to which ruins are restored and finding strategies for working with the municipality to achieve adjacent land uses that provide a compatible external setting that also has a notable effect on the visitor experience.
La microcuenca del rio Sesesmiles en Copan, Honduras se caracteriza por ser una zona agricola, donde predominan los cultivos de maiz, cafe y areas de ganaderia.
"I believe this license has given Bosch a very clear pathway to deliver next-generation optimized low-cost SCR solutions in the marketplace as early as this year," said Copan. "Bosch has a tremendous amount of expertise in system, design and integration of injection solutions.
The problem could be said to have originated, the conquest notwithstanding, in the 1950s, when already powerful landowners bought thousands of hectares in the Copan Valley on both sides of the border with Guatemala.
COPAN Systems concatenates the volumes instead of striping them, but still calculates parity for them.
THE ISOLATED FARMING hamlet of Copan Ruinas, in northern Honduras, holds special meaning for archaeologists and university scholars.
ruins now lie in western Honduras at the world-famous site of Copan. The
"I am in Copan Ruinas now, learning about the Mayan Indians, and will continue my education on the ancient tribes in Tikal, Guatemala, before spending Easter weekend in Antigua.
The book avoids academic overload by unraveling mysteries, such as who may have been the female occupant of the richest tomb ever found in Copan, Honduras, and revealing names of kings, including 18-Rabbit and Smoke King, derived from a recent understanding of Maya inscriptions.