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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

Be rest assured that once you get back home then you will get the feeling of having better knowledge about the culture of Maya and the awesome understanding which they had towards nature and its virtues. read more

Chichen-itza Travel Guide

The city of Chichen Itza was during its times full of temples, roads, dwellings, markets, and open hearted locals. During those days of Mayan Dynasty the population of Chichen Itza was around 30000 humans. Today what is left are remains of those beautiful historical monuments many of which haven’t yet been deciphered by intelligent archeologists. read more

Chichen-itza History

The Spanish Army started the conquest of Yucatan peninsula somewhere around 1526 and it was by year 1588 when they finally had full control over the city of Chichen Itza which worked as their capital during those days. read more

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