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Chichen-itza Map, Mexico

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Chichen-itza Nightlife

You will observe that light falls on various monuments one at a time so that you are able to pay attention to each monument. Alongside the narrator will keep reciting the Popol Vuh which is considered to be the Bible for Mayan Dynasty. This book tells the story behind how actually man took birth. 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 Sightseeing

Caracol (or what they call as Observatory in today’s English) is a spherical structure that has been built on square platform. Research proves that this historical monument was used for various astronomical research works during the Mayan times. The monument has also been tagged as ‘snail’ as it has a staircase inside it which is spiral in shape. Although the most of the important parts of the monuments are... read more

Chichen-itza History

Research work done by archeologists on the land, where today the city of Chichen Itza is located, proves that there were people living on this area way back during the Mayan culture. The presence of two cenotes (which are actually two natural sink holes) proves that the locals used to use them as the source for water. Even many archeologists found various artifacts from these cenotes thus proving that the people from... read more

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