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Kulubá

Tizimín

35 kilometers from Tizimín county seat, within the Kulubá and Emannuel ranches, is the Temple of Kulubá, approximately a thousand years old and one of the region’s few archaeological sites preserved practically intact whose name’s meaning in Spanish is “Water of the Kulu Wild Dog”.

This Mayan archaeological complex, spread over nine kilometers, was strongly influenced by Puc and Chichén Itzá regions, evident in the 400 structures that form it.

One of the most impressive areas of this site is its central square—12 structures containing the highest pyramids in the place. As expected, the cenotes and rejolladas natural landscapes influenced the decorations manifested in these remains. This demonstrates the relationship between Mayan cosmogony and nature.
35 kilometers from Tizimín county seat, within the Kulubá and Emannuel ranches, is the Temple of Kulubá, approximately a thousand years old and one of the region’s few archaeological sites preserved practically intact whose name’s meaning in Spanish is “Water of the Kulu Wild Dog”.

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This Mayan archaeological complex, spread over nine kilometers, was strongly influenced by Puc and Chichén Itzá regions, evident in the 400 structures that form it.

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