Kinich Kakmó (Kinich Kak Moo)
Kinich Kakmó (Kinich Kak Moo) Review
The Kinich Kakmó pyramid is the largest pre-Hispanic building in the Yucatán, and it's all that remains of the royal Mayan city that flourished here between AD 250 and 600. Dedicated to Zamná, Mayan god of the dew, the enormous structure is the largest of its kind in the state, covering about 10 acres. More remarkable for its size than for any remaining decoration, it's nonetheless an impressive monument, and you can scale it from the stairs on the south face for a view of the cathedral and the surrounding countryside. There is a $2 fee to use a video camera.
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