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Archeological sites

Kabah, a marvel at the Puuc Route

  Kabah is one of the few settlements that retain their pre-Hispanic name, of which mention is made in the Chilam Balam of Chumayel. Along with Labná Uxmal, Sayil and Xlapak was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO under the name “Villa Precolombina of Uxmal” in 1996. Seriously. #catherwoodismyhero #incidentsoftravelinyucatán #incidentsoftravel #explore #mexico #kabah […]

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Ek Balam, an unforgettable adventure in the realm of the Black Jaguar

The explorations have revealed that Ek Balam, means “Black Jaguar” this important Mayan city is located in the northeastern plateau of the Yucatan Peninsula and was virtually unknown until a few years ago; its architecture is unique in the mayan world.   #ekbalam #mayanruins #mayanpyramid #mayanpalace #mayanculture #mayacivilization #Yucatan #Mexico Fitzmaurice Tours arranges tour packages […]

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Dzibilchaltun, a jewel in the outskirts of Merida

Very close to the city of Mérida is the archaeological zone of Dzibilchaltún, its name means in Maya language “Place where there is writing in the stones”, due to the numerous commemorative tombstones found in the site, also called wakes.   This important city covered about 19 km2 and in it have been found around […]

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Labná, the Mayans “Old House”

The archaeological site of Labná which in mayan language means “Old House” was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO under the name “Pre Columbian Village” in 1996; is one of the richest expressions of Mayan architecture in Yucatan and it is full of secrets … visit this magical place is an experience of profound […]

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Ek Balam… The realm of the Black Jaguar

The explorations have revealed that Ek Balam, means “Black Jaguar” this important Mayan city is located in the northeastern plateau of the Yucatan Peninsula and was virtually unknown until a few years ago; its architecture is unique in the mayan world. It was a rich Mayan capital originally called Talol that had been founded by […]

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Kabah, a marvel at the Puuc Route

Kabah is one of the few settlements that retain their pre-Hispanic name, of which mention is made in the Chilam Balam of Chumayel. Along with Labná Uxmal, Sayil and Xlapak was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO under the name “Villa Precolombina of Uxmal” in 1996. This impressive archaeological site located in the famous […]

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