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jeronimo aguilar on Twitter: "La lluvia anunciando su llegada. #Conkal #Yucatan https://t.co/BZZ8cNr964"

Uxmal es el asentamiento más representativo de la arquitectura de la Región Puuc ya que sus fachadas están decoradas con mascarones de Chac, el Dios de la Lluvia, grecas, paneles con jeroglíficos y altas cresterías. Uxmal, #Yucatan #BestDay #OjalaEstuvierasAqui

Uxmal es el asentamiento más representativo de la arquitectura de la Región Puuc ya que sus fachadas están decoradas con mascarones de Chac, el Dios de la Lluvia, grecas, paneles con jeroglíficos y altas cresterías. Uxmal, Más

The Grim Story of Maya Blue// color: rgb(115, 194, 251) //New research suggests that the Maya made their famous paint as part of rituals that sometimes involved human sacrifice.

The Grim Story of Maya Blue

The Grim Story of Maya Blue// color: rgb(115, 194, 251) //New research suggests that the Maya made their famous paint as part of rituals that sometimes involved human sacrifice.

Picture of a diver exploring a sacred Maya cenote--or underground, water-filled cave

El Cenote Holtún de Chichen Itzá servía a los antiguos mayas como reloj de sol y cronómetro los días 23 de Mayo y 19 de Julio, ya que en esos días el sol alcanza su cenit y sus rayos caen perpendiculares en el lugar y hacen que no se proyecte sombra.

Chac Mask Piece of wall decoration in the form of the heavily stylized mask of the Mayan rain god Chac, with his huge hooked nose. This sculpture comes from the site of Kabah in Yucatan, we were later to see many more not far away at Uxmal.

Chac Mask Piece of wall decoration in the form of the heavily stylized mask of the Mayan rain god Chac, with his huge hooked nose. This sculpture comes from the site of Kabah in Yucatan, we were later to see many more not far away at Uxmal.

Wall of Masks, Kabah, Mexico. Once you see this you will have questions about the technology they used to make 32+ pieces of masks over 5 feet tall each. Over 200 of them make the walls of a temple. Awesome...

Wall of Masks, Kabah, Mexico. Once you see this you will have questions about the technology they used to make 32+ pieces of masks over 5 feet tall each. Over 200 of them make the walls of a temple. Awesome...

Ik Kil Cenote, (some refer to it as ikil cenote) is a deep natural pit usually open to the sky (formed by the collapsing of a cave), Mexico has a special name for those kind of places: “cenote” -taken from Mayan language word for a well. some Cenotes were a sacred, Young men and women were thrown and left to drown there,as a sacrifice to the god of rain)

Ik Kil Cenote, (some refer to it as ikil cenote) is a deep natural pit usually open to the sky (formed by the collapsing of a cave), Mexico has a special name for those kind of places: “cenote” -taken from Mayan language word for a well. some Cenotes were a sacred, Young men and women were thrown and left to drown there,as a sacrifice to the god of rain)

Kabah ("strong hand") is a very old Maya town on the Puuc route.   The most famous landmark at Kabah has the English name Palace of the Masks and the Maya name "Codz Poop", which means "rolled mat" in the local dialect.

Kabah ("strong hand") is a very old Maya town on the Puuc route. The most famous landmark at Kabah has the English name Palace of the Masks and the Maya name "Codz Poop", which means "rolled mat" in the local dialect.

Uxmal, Mexico

Se trata de un templo. Se encuentra en Uxmal, México. El templo es empinada, por lo que hay muchas escaleras para caminar. Podría sentir como si caminar, así que llevad esenciales de senderismo.

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