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Part of it has collapsed. Lots of columns on both sides that now you cannot access directly. Chac Mol is on the top. Make sure that you get your guide to tell you the significance of this iconic structure which is part of Chichen Itza....More
My husband and I were here for the spring equinox and although it was packed, the site is so large that you never feel cramped. Sadly, you can’t climb the structures anymore but it was an amazing experience regardless!
The Templo de los Guerreros (Temple of the Warriors) is the many-columned ruin located east of the stunning El Castillo (The Castle) pyramid inside the Chichen Itza archaeological site. From afar, you can see the chacmool on top of the temple, facing the direction of...More
This building looks a lot like the ones from the Toltec Culture, who came to Chichén Itzá and combined their culture with the Mayas. This Temple has a Chacmool on the top and columns with engravings in front, on the side, and on the top...More
Been around this place with a local guide. He brings so much more than just a guide book. This temple was used for human blood offerings as your guide can tell a lot about. But there is much more to it and a lot of...More