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Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins in Cozumel, Mexico | Carnival Cruise Line

Chichen Itza Mayan Ruins in Cozumel, Mexico | Carnival Cruise Line


The Carnival logo: A red, white,
and blue Y-shaped ship horn.
Cichen Itza Mayan Ruins;
Cozumel, Mexico.
The majestic Kukulkan
step-pyramid
towers over a Mayan compound.Stairs rise 80 feet toward a
columned temple at the top.
Guests picnic under a shade treenear the base of
the main pyramid.
The pyramid’s nine
steps, or tiers,
are constructed from carved,
tightly fitted stone blocks
and feature rounded corners.Guests roam the sunny,
manicured grounds
and explore more ruins
at the ancient site.
A building stands behind
an ancient stone wall.
Two columns frame its interior,and the collapsed roof
admits sunlight.
A man points out
intricate carvings
at the base of a structure,which depicts ancient Mayans,
weapons, and gods.
A carved, stone ring extends
from a smooth block wall.
A round stone building
with a conical roof
sits amid a maze of
stone wall ruins.
Carnival!

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