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Highway Exit Merida Yucatan Mexico
The Highway Exit from the city of Merida Yucatan Mexico to Cancun city Quintana Roo state is through the beltway, there is a Gas station and a roundabout to direct the traffic.
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Merida, Yucatan Mexico
The city of Merida in the state of Yucatan Mexico has a unique culture due to being geography isolated from the rest of the country and the Mayan culture impregnates the every day, in speech, dress, and in both written and oral histories. Places to visit are: the 'Palacio Canton' Anthropology and History Museum
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Gas Station and restrooms
Gas Station and restrooms.
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Highway Exit to San Antonia Tehuitz village
Highway Exit to San Antonia Tehuitz, Yucatan Mexico.
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Highway Exit to Sahe village, Yucatan Mexico
Highway Exit to Sahe village, Yucatan Mexico.
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Highway Exit to Ticopo village, Yucatan Mexico
Highway Exit to Ticopo village, Yucatan Mexico.
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Highway Exit to Acanceh - Teya
Highway Exit to Acanceh - Teya, Yucatan Mexico.
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Highway Exit to Holactun Village, Yucatan Mexico
Highway Exit to Holactun Village, Yucatan Mexico.
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Highway Exit to Tahmek, Yucatan Mexico
Highway Exit to Tahmek village, in the state of Yucatan Mexico.
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Highway Exit to Hoctun, Yucatan Mexico
Highway Exit to Hoctun town in the state of Yucatan Mexico.
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Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection with the Hoctun town Highway-beltway, Yucatan Mexico.
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46 ft.
Highway Exit to Kantunil town, Yucatan Mexico
Highway Exit to Kantunil town, Yucatan Mexico.
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Highway Intersection Kantunil - Izamal
Highway Intersection Kantunil - Izamal villages, Yucatan Mexico.
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U turn
U turn.
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Toll Gate and Highway Exit
Toll Gate and Highway Exit to Piste Village and Chichen Itza.
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Highway Exit to Chichen Itza, Yucantan Mexico - Photo Chichen Itza
The Archeological site of Chichen Itza in the state of Yucatan Mexico is recognized throughout the world as one of the most impressive Maya Cities The building which is most identified and that symbolizes Chichen Itza is the one known as the Castle of Kukulcan. Its located in the center of the main square,from where other important buildings can be appreciated. NOTE: For more photos of Interest of Chichen Itza, Mexico, see photos at end of Highway Travel Guide.
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Exit to the Sacred Cenote, Yucatan Mexico
Also Known as the Sacrifice Cenote, Archeologist have found Mayan treasures and human remains and it's importance has made it famous around the world. NOTE: For more photos of Interest of Sacred Cenote, Yucatan Mexico, See photos at end of Highway Travel Guide.
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Cenote Area, Yucatan Mexico
Cenote Area, n Yucatan there are over 3000 cenotes, with only 1400 actually studied and registered, They were and still are the sacred places of the Maya which represent the entrance to the underworld. Some of them are accessible for swimming and cave diving, but this should only be practiced with a professional guide.
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Uayma, Yucatan Mexico
The town of Uayma, in the state of Yucatan Mexico has an unique church, that was build by the Spanish to force the Maya people into their religion, using many of the Maya sacred buildings for it's construction.
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Highway Exito to the city of Valladolid, Yucatan Mexico
Highway Exito to the city of Valladolid, Yucatan Mexico, is located exactly halfway between the city of Merida and Cancun and is an area constantly open to the flow of tourists helping in its economic development. It has important colonial buildings worth visiting such as the City Hall and the Cathedral. And not far from the city the Cenote X-Keken, which is a natural wonder.
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Highway Intersection X-Can, Yucatan Mexico

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75 ft.
Toll Gate and Emergency services
Toll Gate and Emergency services.
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75 ft.
State Border Line, Yucatan and Quintana Roo Mexico
State Border Line,between the states of Yucatan and Quintana Roo, Mexico - Toll Gate for west bound traffic. Photo looking west.
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State Border Line, Yucatan and Quintana Roo Mexico
View from highway driving east to Cancun, Quintana Roo Mexico.
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69 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection with Ignacion Zaragoza and el Cedral Yucatan Mexico Highway
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56 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection with the Cancun - Valladolid Highway, Mexico Quintana Roo.
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Vicente Guerrero Village, Quintana Roo Mexico
Vicente Guerrero Village, Quintana Roo Mexico.
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Leona Vicario Town, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Leona Vicario Town, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
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U turn
U turn.
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Highway Exit to Cancun International Airport (CUN) Access to highway #307
The Cancun International Airport is an Airport in expansion and receives a great number of flights, National and International. Quickly has become a very important Airport for Mexico.
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CanCun Quintana Roo Mexico
The City of CanCun, In the State of Quintana Roo Mexico has an amazing grow rate thanks to the world-renowned tourist resort of CanCun Island. It has all the services to receive the tourists, A great variety of Hotels and Resorts all inclusive, A sample of all kind of cuisine from around the world in it's restaurants, Shops and Malls from very exclusive designers to local handcrafts.
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Terminus CanCun Quintana Roo Mexico
The region of CanCun Quintana Roo Mexico Cancun's is known as the Mexican Caribbean, There are over 150 hotels in Cancun, more than 380 restaurants and all kind of activities, entertainment, a great variety of water sports to be practiced, car rentals, supermarkets, and flea markets. Start/Finish of Highway Travel Guide.
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The information sign reads: Between 600 and 1200 A.D. This ancient city, whose name means 'at the mouth of Itza well, was the center of political economic, religious and military power, not only in the Yucatan but also in the entire southeastern part of Mesoamerica. The Itza domain includes part of Tabasco and Campeche, the northern gulf coast and a large part of the southern lowlands. Its sphere of control was based on regional and long distance mercantile activities, which generated one of the most important commercial circuits in all of Mesoamerica.
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This photo is the type of dwelling a poorer Maya Family would have lived in.
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Passing the peddlers row on the way to Chichen Itza's El Castillo, MX.
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Peddler showing his wares, they are very talented.
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Looking at the Temple of Kukulkan, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, MX; sometimes referred to as the (Temple of El Castillo, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, MX. This step pyramid has a stairways up each of the 4 sides of the temple. Every Spring and Autumn equinox, when thw sun rises and sets the corner of the temple casts a shadow in the shape of a serpent with a plume on its head. Chichen Itza's El Castillo was named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
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Photo The Templo de los Guerreros (Temple of the Warriors) Chichen Itza, Yucatan Mexico. t the very top is the stone statue Chac Mool. Human sacrifices were made on top of Chac Mool.
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The south wall of the Temple of Warriors there are a series exposed columns. When constructed the columns supported a roof.
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The Temple of Warriors, Chichen Itza, Yucatan Mexico; contains pillars with carvings of soldiers in relief they are also decorated with carvings of people or gods, animals and serpents.
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The Sacred Cenote, Chichen Itza, Yucatan Mexico, in Spanish means 'sacred well'; also known as the 'Well of Sacrifice') The Sacred Cenote was used for human sacrifices to the rain god Chaak when the area was calling for rain.
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The Great Ball Court, Chichen Itza, Yucatan Mexico. The Ball Court measures 166 by 68 meters (545 by 232 feet). The walls stand 12 meters high. Rings carved with intertwined serpents are located in the center, high up on each of the long walls. The idea was to place a rubber ball through these rings. The ball game was watched by the elite and priests only.
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These are the rings that the rubber ball had to past through.
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El Caracol, Observatory, Chichen Itza, Yucatan Mexico. This Observatory was dedicated to the study of the stars and planets.
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Yucatan's Cenotes once the only resource for fresh, water in Yucatecan this Cenote was a few kms from Chichen Itza, Yucatan Mexico. These Cenotes were sacred worship places of the Maya.
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This Cenote was a few kms from Chichen Itza, Yucatan Mexico. Tourists waiting to swim or just checking things out. In the Yucatan there are over 3000 cenotes, most of them have ever been studied.
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Lots of tourists at this Cenote. The parking lot was full