Tibes Ceremonial Park

A hurricane brought massive flooding to the Tibes section of Ponce in 1975 and unearthed remnants of indigenous cultures that had been hidden for centuries. Archaeologists soon uncovered the largest ceremonial center in the West Indies—one that was in use more than a thousand years before the birth of Christ. Ponce expropriated the 32-acre site and now this archeological gem is open to the public. Continue reading “Tibes Ceremonial Park” »