Chichén Itzá

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Chi·chén It·zá

 (chē-chĕn′ ē-tsä′, ēt′sə)
An ancient Mayan city of central Yucatán in Mexico, noted for its extensive well preserved ruins. The city was founded around the 6th century and abandoned by the end of the 12th century.

Chichen Itzá

(Spanish tʃiˈtʃen itˈsa)
(Placename) a village in Yucatán state in Mexico: site of important Mayan ruins
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Instead, Itza shows the ability for these women to flourish.
By the end of the year I had already planned out all my trips for 2017: Taj Mahal in February, The Great Wall of China in May, and Petra, Machu Picchu, Cristo Redentor, and Chichen Itza all together in July.
We dined at an authentic restaurant outside the gates of Chichen Itza while being entertained by a children's group performing a traditional dance.
Chichen Itza rose to become a significant power in the Maya civilization by the beginning of the Terminal Classic Period (circa 900 CE).
Taken together, however, finds at Chichen Itza and Midnight Terror Cave suggest that about half of all Maya sacrificial victims were children," Prout said.
Chichen Itza which means in Mayan, "at the mouth of the Itza well" was established before the period of Christopher Colombus and had served as the religious center of Yucatan.
Una imagen en donde presuntamente se ve a Letizia de espaldas en un espetaculo de luz y color en Chichen Itza llamado Las noches de Kulkucan.
Sights will include Chichen Itza, Rio de Janeiro, Sydney, the Taj Mahal and Kilimanjaro.
Among the topics are practices of spatial discourse at Quelepa, Preclassic Maya in the eastern Kaqchikel highlands, the royal port of Cancuen and the role of long-distance exchange in the apogee of Maya civilization, the role and realities of popol nahs in northern Maya archaeology, and refining the chronology of Chichin Itza.
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.
Running parallel to her story is that of Itza, a sixteenth-century Indian guerrillera who fought during the Spanish conquest, and whose spirit comes to penetrate Lavinia's body by means of a glass of orange juice.
Known for its 14-mile pristine Caribbean beach and all-inclusive resorts, Cancun is a short ferry ride to the turtle farms of Isla Mujeres and a two-hour drive from Chichen Itza, a massive Maya archaeological site and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.