Thursday, 25 September 2014

Mayan Ruins of Tulum

Templo de los Frescos
10 Sept 2014 | From Lando of Mexico

The postcard depicts a particular temple in the city of Talum which was Mayan city next to the sea. It has now become a tourist city and one of the most visited places of the Mayan Riviera. This tiny temple is located on the eastern side of the street and is the most richly ornamented in carvings and in paintings. Templo de los Frescos contains interior murals depicting Maya gods and symbols of nature's fertility: rain, corn and fish.

In Talum, it is possible to find ruins and ancient temples right next to the Caribbean Sea. Lando highly suggests that I should see this place if ever I would visit Mexico. He told me that I will definitely fall in love with this place like he did.

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