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Chichen-itza Map, Mexico

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Chichen-itza Sightseeing

Kukulcan’s Descent is the famous pyramid of Chichen Itza which is famous for its unbelievable shadow which it casts on the ground during the months of March and September. The shadow is actually 7 continuous triangles which look like the body of a serpent. The servant will firstly creep downward and later on it joins the head of a huge serpent which has been visible right on the starting of staircase. All this... read more

Chichen-itza Nightlife

After the sun sets then you will have to wait outside various archeological monuments so that your turn to enter that monument arrives. It is suggested that you buy the headphones which will guide you (in your native language instead of the regular Spanish) towards your seat inside the monument. It’s time to enjoy history in darkness. read more

Chichen-itza History

There was a wing in the team of archeologists which claim that Chichen Itza wasn’t being ruled by a single Mayan King. As per these archeologists the city had its own municipal system like we have today in our cities. On the other hand many other archeologists don’t agree with such theory and as per them it was the King system like in most of the older dynasties which was being used by the Maya Dynasty to rule the... read more

Chichen-itza Travel Guide

The meaning of the name Chichen Itza in Mayan language is ‘right in the mouth of Itza’s well’. The city of Chichen Itza was during the Mayan dynasty the most important city in terms of politics, religion, and economy. The same region where the Mayan Dynasty used to rule over Chichen Itza is now called as Yucatan Peninsula. read more

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  • Mayan temples
    On the mexican peninsula Yucatán, about 120 kilometers east of Mérida.
     
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