Yucatán

CHICHEN ITZÁ This controverted Mayan city was the center of the empire in the peninsula until the year 987 D.C., when the Mayan Itzaes settled in the yucateca peninsula, bringing with them the Toltec influence. From the X through the XII century, Chichen-Itza, Uxmal and Mayapan, the three principal cities of the Mayan empire from the early post classical period, made a pact called the League of Mayapan. During this time, Chichen-Itza excercised dominating power. Towards the year 1194, Mayapan took the power from Chichen-Itza and retained it until 1441, when the rebellions finished

Yucatán History

Home of the Mayan culture, Yucatan is located in the southeast part of Mexico, o...

Yucatán Culture

The geography of the history maintained this beautiful peninsula isolated from i...

Yucatán Travel

CHICHEN ITZÁ This controverted Mayan city was the center of the empire in the ...

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Yucatán Economy

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Yucatán Geography

Yucatán has a territorial extensión of 39,612 km2, and 2% of the Mexican surfa...

Yucatán Politics

Yucatan is a state of abundant natural resources within a privileged geographic ...

Yucatán Government

Ivonne Aracelly Ortega Pacheco was born on November 26, 1972. She has been an a...

Yucatán Demography

Yucatan has a population of 1,818,948 inhabitants registered in the 2005 Census ...

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