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12 travelers at this place:

  • Day65

    Ek Balam

    December 3, 2016 in Mexico ⋅ ⛅ 33 °C

    Das Zentrum von Ek Balam (ca. 1,25 km^2) ist durch einen doppelten Mauerring umgeben. Außerhalb dessen erstreckt sich die Siedlung auf ca. 12 km^2. Ek Balam ist umgeben vom Urwald und wirkt deshalb wahrscheinlich um einiges ursprünglicher 🌳😀
    - Durchgangsgebäude
    - Ovaler Palast
    - Zwillingsbauten
    - Ballspielplatz
    - Akropolis
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  • Day29

    Ek Balam - Tagesausflug

    September 24, 2018 in Mexico ⋅ ☁️ 30 °C

    EK Balam ist eine der Mayaruinen in der Umgebung von Valladolid. Nicht die größte, nicht die bekannteste aber für uns war es eine der interessantesten. Da hier nicht so viele Touristen kommen,darf man noch selbst erforschen und kann in Ruhe die uralten Steinfiguren betrachten.

  • Day4

    Ek Balam

    August 5, 2016 in Mexico ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C

    Le antiche rovine Maya di Ek Balam sono davvero affascinanti, infatti sono quasi completamente avvolte da una verde ed impenetrabile foresta!
    La scala per raggiungere la cima dell’Acropoli principale, alta 32 metri, è ripida e abbastanza faticosa nonostante siano poco più di un centinaio di stretti scalini, ma la vista che si gode dall’alto sulla fitta foresta che si estende a perdita d’occhio è degna di un re e rende l’idea di come dovessero vederla i Maya tanti tanti anni fa.Read more

  • Day5

    Tuesday, April 16th, Ek Balam

    April 16 in Mexico ⋅ 🌙 23 °C

    The excursion wrapped up with a visit to Ek Balam, another ancient Mayan site. Apparently, Ek Balam was recently discovered and is still being excavated/restored. We were actually allowed to walk on the ruins at Ek Balam, which was unique. The main temple was a good deal larger than at Chichen Itza. At the top, you were able to have a good view of the overall site. We also saw where there were other structures at the site not yet excavated. It was amazing the different. I am not sure how people recognized there was a building to be found, as they just looked like a large pile of rocks with trees and plants growing over it. Just a rocky mound!

    Not too much new information to be learned here, but more impressive structures and it was neat to climb stairs that the Mayans climbed a thousand years ago.
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