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One of the most interesting archeological sites of the Yucatan Peninsula. During its heyday it was one of the most important centers of commerce and housing of the Mayan civilization and it is estimated that up to 40,000 people came to live in this enormous settlement. Their ‘ancestral stones’, where the wise men of the city carved their astronomical knowledge and aspects of the life of the kings, tell great events in the life of this glorious civilization.
Of the many temples that he currently possessed, the Nohoch Mul pyramid survives, considered the highest in the peninsula.
Located in the middle of tropical vegetation, living the experience of climbing to the last pyramid that is allowed, with its 42 meters high, and an almost vertical and exciting ascent, reaching the top allows a magical moment of connection with nature and ancestral architecture, in addition to an extraordinary view in the company of exotic birds and spider monkeys.
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