Tour the one of the 7 Wonders “Chichen Itza” in Mexico

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World is full of various kind of wonder itself. There are so many places that are found and are known as wonder places. Some of the wonder places are found unsurprisingly shaped and some of them are created by man itself. Both of the creations are amazing. Among all of the wonder places, there are seven places that can be accredited as top place of wonder.
According to the last update made in the year of 2007, dated 7th day of July –the list of new seven wonders of the world are declared. There are few changes are found in the listed places that are different from the previous declared wonder places, despite the fact that some of the places are common in the new list as same.

About the pyramid Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza archaeological site is located in Tinúm Municipality, Mexico, Yucatán State.

 

Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza

The site demonstrates a large number of architectural styles, reminiscent of designs seen in central Mexico and of the Chenes and Puuc designs of the Northern Maya lowlands. The presence of central Mexican styles was once thought to have been representative of direct migration or even conquest from central Mexico, but most current interpretations see the existence of those non-Maya styles more as the results of cultural diffusion.

Chichen Itza was among the largest Maya cities and it was likely to have been among the cities that are great that are legendary, or Tollans, referred to. The city may have experienced the most diverse people in the Maya world, a factor which could have led to all of the architectural styles at the site.

The ruins of Chichen Itza are national property, along with the site’s stewardship is maintained by Mexico’s Instituto Nacional de Antropologían e Historia (National Institute of Anthropology and History). The property beneath the monuments had been independently owned until 29 when it had been purchased by the state of Yucatán.

Chichen Itza is one of the very most visited archaeological sites in Mexico; an estimated 1.4 million tourists visit the ruins every year.
This place is a famous complex situated in Mayan ruins- Mexico. This is a pyramid that is made with massive step kind of pattern. This pyramid is fully made with graphic stone and it is design like a court ball. This is also known as the wall of skull, as well as warrior temple. During night this place looks awesome as because of its lighting and the soothe night sound makes it more amazing.

 

History of Chichen Itza, One of the 7 Wonders of the World

The layout of Chichen Itza site center developed during its earlier period of profession, between 750 and 900 AD. Its closing layout was designed after 900 AD, as well as the 10th century saw the growth of the town as a regional capital commanding the region using its power going down the east and west shores of the peninsula to the north shore, from central Yucatán.

 

7 Wonders Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza rose to regional prominence to the conclusion of the First Classic period (about 600 AD). It was, nevertheless, towards the conclusion of the Late Classic and in the first portion of the Terminal Classic the site became a leading regional capital, dominating and centralizing political, sociocultural, economic, and ideological life. The ascension of Chichen Itza approximately correlates with all fragmentation and the decline of the more important centres of the southern Maya lowlands.

Both of these cities were common allies, upon Coba with Yaxuna dependent. At some stage in the 10th century Coba lost a substantial part of its own territory, sequester Yaxuna, and Chichen Itza may have led to the fall of both cities.

Hunac Ceel allegedly prophesied his own rise to power. In accordance with custom at that time, when they lived people thrown to the Cenote Sagrado were believed to possess the power of prophecy. The chronicles state, during one service, there have been no survivors, so Hunac Ceel when removed, prophesied his own ascension, and jumped to the Cenote Sagrado.

 

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Best time to visit Chichen Itza

Weather of this place is very dry and hot. There is no rainy season, but during the time of summer, sometimes rain fall occurs. Expert advices to wear hats during the time of visit, this is due to the scorching heat. Till the month of March from the month of October, weather of this place is very pleasant. People can travel this place during this particular time for a comfortable tour. Temperature of this place is 34 degree on an average throughout the year.

 

Chichen Itza Mexico- 7 New Wonders of the World

Chichen Itza Mexico

 

How to reach Chichen Itza, Mexico

There is an airport that is the main communication point to reach this place from the other places. This airport is situated in Merida that is the capital of that state – Yucatan. There is a highway with numerous road points, that also functioning as a connecter with the other city.

No need to worry at all about the expenditure method. All of the places are found to dealing with only Mexico peso, but they have the option to accept US dollar also if any issues occur due to money mode. All the facility of changing money is available at the airport. Only thing is that before leaving airport, one must change the currency by providing cheque. Apart from this place there are numerous houses that are found dealing with currency exchange. Local hotels are having the currency change option too.

 

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Local Food during Chichen Itza visit

There are various types of Mayan dishes that are available which have as a meal during the time of visit that place. While individuals are going for a trip there one must eat the tasty soup there, which is the famous food of this place.
This is an archaeological place with scenic beauty and can be well termed as new 7 wonders of the world. Individual must have to visit this place if interested to become knowledgeable about Mayan.

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