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Edzna, Yucatan Peninsula

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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4.9/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Built in the 5th century BCE, Edzna ensures a look at a remarkably well preserved Mayan complex of structures. The focal point of this ancient ensemble of buildings is the main temple, featuring five stone floors designed to provide a good overview of the surrounding area. Other highlights include a ball court, with accompanying buildings once used to store sporting equipment and ritual items utilized during various Mayan festivals. Plan to visit Edzna and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Chichen Itza attractions using our Chichen Itza itinerary planner.
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  • This ruined city was an absolute highlight. It comes through a small forest to the entrance, where is then suddenly do the imposing stone ruins. A great sight. In addition, it is very tourist-poor. In contrast to the Chichen Itza running over there we were the only tourists. HIGHLIGHT!
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  • The place is wonderful, transports you to another era. As you see it stay impressed, can't find words to describe a magical place. A place that you can't miss when you visit Campeche.
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  • My boyfriend and I had rented a car and drove from Merida to Campeche (also totally worth a visit) and on our second day we took a 45 minute drive to Edzna. It's an easy drive especially with google m...  read more »
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