Olmec architecture

Olmec architecture

(1200–500 B.C)
This architecture flourished in the tropical lowlands of the Mexican Gulf Coast; characterized by temple pyramids and vast ceremonial centers.

Olmec architecture

Architecture of the most ancient civilization of Mesoamerica (1500–400 B.C.) usually characterized by: a north-south orientation of the ceremonial center, stepped pyramids, sloping walls, ceremonial courtyards, and platforms on which to construct temples.
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