Copan Association Projects

The Copan Association works within Honduras on small and large-scale consulting projects, involving cultural and natural heritage.

We design and implement projects to educate, to enhance the cultural history experience of visitors, and to preserve Honduran heritage for future generations.

Copan Association promotes and supports:Research, education and conservation of the cultural and natural heritage of HondurasTraining for Hondurans in Anthropology and related fieldsProjects that promote intelligent stewardship of the cultural and natural landscape

Sculpture Museum

One of the most outstanding projects that Asociacion Copán achieved has been the Sculpture Museum of Copán (1993-1996). The first years of the Association were …
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Rosalila Rescue

Investigation and Consolidation of Temple 10L-16 and Rosalila (1990-1997) Discovering Rosalila On June 23, 1989, Honduran archaeologist Ricardo Agurcia Fasquelle (currently President of the Asociación Copán) discovered a …
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Casa Sharer

Residential Housing for Researchers, Students, and Investigators in Copan, Honduras Contact Asociación Copan info@asociacioncopan.org or (504) 2651 – 4103 for information and availability. For over 25 years …
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Casa Kinich Childrens Museum

To cultivate the next generation of Hondurans to care for the World Heritage Site of Copan, the Copan Association collaborated with Honduran, Guatemalan, and US …
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Proyecto Maya

The Proyecto Maya teaches Honduran youth about Maya heritage through workshops, lectures and cultural exchanges.  The program’s focus is on 5th and 6th graders.
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Educational Garden

The Casa K’inich Children’s Museum, and the The Monterey County Agricultural & Rural Life Museum (MCARLM), based in San Lorenzo County Park, California completed their …
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DIPA

DIPA is a technical team formed in May 2004, headquartered at the Asociación Copan offices and directed by Honduran archaeologist, Ricardo Agurcia F. DIPA offers …
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