Chichen Itza (12th century)

Chichen Itza (12th century)

The legendary city of the Mayan-Toltec Empire was located on the territory of present-day Mexico.

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Chichén Itzá, Maya people, Toltec, Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula, Central America, World Heritage, architecture, necropolis, Spanish conquerors, pyramid, native, Middle Ages, conquest, America, history, capital city, civil war

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