Those Mayans knew about location…


Tulum is best known for the site of the Pre-Columbian Maya walled city. Tulum is situated on 12 meters tall cliffs along the coast, with stunning views over the Caribbean Sea. Tulum was one of the last cities built by the Mayans, and has some magnificent detailing on the walls and temples. The city has been an important port for Coba and a trade hub for the mayan community. Tulum was first mentioned by a member of a spanish expeditions of 1518. During many year of restoring and restoration of the site, it has been determined that Tulum was occupied during the late Postclassic period around AD 1200, and last finally abandoned 70 years after the spanish began occupying Mexico. 



Tulum is protected by steep sea cliffs and on the landward side by a huge wall surrounding the city, and shows how important Tulum was for the Mayans, because this…

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March 23, 2014 · 1:44 am

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