A World Heritage Site, Chichén Itzá is one of the most famous Maya archaeological sites, located in the north of the Yucatan peninsula, México. Founded by the Itza, it developed during the Terminal Classic and it reached its splendour during the first half of the Postclassic (AD 800-1250). When the Spanish arrived, it was still an important place of pilgrimage. Let's discover this amazing city together.
Credits: British Museum Google Maya Project