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Dzibilchaltun Archaeological Sites

Its name means "where there are writings on flat stones."

The most famous structure is the Temple of the “Seven Dolls”, so named because of seven small clay figurines, found at the site where the temple was excavated by archaeologists in the early 50’s.

During the spring equinox, the orientation building makes sun can be seen through the doors east and west. Another important feature is its “Cenote”, where it is possible to swim.

The archaeological site shelters a museum containing many Mayan artifacts found at the site and its adjacent region. Among these objects, there are stelae with inscriptions of Chichén Itzá and Uxmal. There is also an armor of the conquistadors and representative Mayan dresses of Chiapas, Yucatan and Guatemala as well as original fragments of a colonial church.