This circulated coin is uncleaned, shows wear and tear and is pressed on a copper-plated zinc penny.
La Gran Plaza1 is a shopping mall in the city of León, Guanajuato, Mexico. There are 5 Malls with the same name, 4 in México: León, Guadalajara, Cancún, Mazatlan and 1 in USA: Fort Worth (In Spanish with Mexican or Latin Events).
La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth2 is a one of a kind super regional shopping mall with over 200 stores to suit your every shopping need: clothing, shoes, jewelry, perfume, sports wear, formal wear, pharmacy, grocery, medical/physician offices, hair salons…
You will find an array of dining options including regional Mexican and seafood cuisine, Asian buffet and hibachi grill, yogurt/ice cream, snack shops with a variety of treats/authentic Mexican candies and more.
La Gran Plaza 125,000 square foot Mercado is a mall in itself with retailers and small businesses providing unique items and services.
The Maya calendar3 consists of several cycles or counts of different lengths. The 260-day count is known to scholars as the Tzolkin, or Tzolk’in. The Tzolkin was combined with a 365-day vague solar year known as the Haab’ to form a synchronized cycle lasting for 52 Haab’, called the Calendar Round. Smaller cycles of 13 days, the trecena, and 20 days, the veintena, were important components of both cycles. The Calendar Round is still in use by many groups in the Guatemalan highlands.