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Chichen Itza began its urban development during the ending of the Classic period, traditionally dated between 800 and 1000 AD. This new development was characterized by vaulted monumental architecture, a style similar to that of the cities of the Puuc mountainous area, so this architecture style has been called Puuc. Our guides are professionals.
Some of the most emblematic buildings, and the most artistic of the city belong to the period mentioned in the preceding paragraph, such as the Observatory, Nuns, The Church or The Casa Colorada, among some others. Remember that apart from our Chichen Itza tours in Merida Mexico, we have great transportation services to the many tourist attractions.
One of the features of these Puuc buildings, is the presence of hieroglyphic inscriptions, inscribed in Yucatec Mayan language, they constantly refer to a ruler named Kak'upakal, which means fire; you will learn so much and have the time of your life when you take our Chichen Itza tours in Merida Mexico. Book yours today and see all of this.
The best known of the Yucatan Mayan archaeological sites, it was named World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and is now one of the Seven New Wonders of the World. The archaeological site covers an area of 6.5 square kilometers and can be visited in one day. Come see it with our Chichen Itza tours in Merida Mexico, you won't regret it.
It has two distinct architectural zones. The southern area dates back to the seventh century and shows the early construction in the traditional Puuc style. The central area was built after the arrival of the Toltecs around the 10th century and shows the unique fusion of architectural styles. Book your Chichen Itza tours in Merida Mexico today!
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