Uxmal


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Ux·mal

 (o͞osh-mäl′)
An ancient ruined Mayan city of Yucatán in southeast Mexico. It flourished from 600 to 900. The ruins include many impressive structures, such as the Pyramid of the Magician.

Uxmal

(Spanish uzˈmal)
n
(Placename) an ancient ruined city in SE Mexico, in Yucatán: capital of the later Maya empire

Ux•mal

(usˈmɑl)

n.
an ancient ruined city in SE Mexico, in Yucatán: a center of later Mayan civilization.
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Coming on the centenary of World War I, the exhibition considers "representations of loss, destruction and trauma in places across the globe, from Flinders Island off the southern coast of Australia to Guernica, Beersheba and the ancient Mayan city of Uxmal," Barlow says.
Emma Martin, head of ethnology at the museum and some of the unmissable objects in the exhibition | |including the Queen of Uxmal sculpture, centre, and an anthropomorphic censer
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uk/tours 4 CHICHEN ITZA, Mexico IF MEXICO'S Chichen Itza is high on your list, the nine-day 'Yucatan Explorer' tour with Virgin Holidays Worldwide Journeys takes in the famous Mayan site along with other archaeological treasures like Tulum, Calakmul and Uxmal.
And if Mexico's Chichen Itza is high on your list, the nine-day Yucatan Explorer tour with Virgin Holidays Worldwide Journeys takes in this famous Mayan site along with other archaeological treasures like Tulum, Calakmul and Uxmal.
Nancy arranged all the necessities, and we visited the archaeological sites at Palenque, Uxmal, Bonampak, and Yaxchilan.
TAKE a nine-day Yucatan Explorer tour with Virgin Holidays Worldwide Journeys, including Virgin Atlantic return flights to Cancun from London Gatwick, accommodation and sightseeing encompassing Cancun, Tulum, Bacalar, Calakmul, Campeche, Uxmal, Merida and Chichen Itza.
The vessel will be named Uxmal , after an ancient Mayan city on the Yucatan peninsula.
A former podiatrist, Rosenthal founded a travel company, Journeys of the Spirit, which offers retreats to sites--such as Uxmal, Yucatam, and Machu Picchu--signifieant to indigenous or ancient cultures.
In June 1967 a young couple goes south, gulping Chichen-Itzai, Uxmal, Chapultepec, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Teotihuacan, Diego and Frida's Mexico City studio, Chichicastenango, Atitkin, the Equator, and Machu Picchu where we're wonderfully alone (though there does seem to be a photo of us two, happily backed by Huaynu Picchu).
It also has Mayan ruins and pyramids such as the Chichen Itza, Tulum and Uxmal on the Yucatan Peninsula.