The Tulum (Spanish pronunciation: [tu?lum], Yucatec: Tulu'um) is the site of a town surrounded by pre-Columbian Maya that was an important harbour for Coba in the state of Quintana Roo. 1 ] The remains are located on 12-meter-high rocks along the eastern shore of the Yucatán peninsula on the Caribbean in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico.
Tulum was one of the last towns to be constructed and populated by the Mayans; it was at its peak between the thirteenth and fifteenth century and survived about 70 years after the occupation of Mexico by the Hispanics. Illnesses of the Old World caused by the Spaniards seem to have led to very high deaths, which disturb our societies and ultimately lead to the abandonment of the town.
Tulum is one of the best conserved Mayan towns on the coast and is now a favourite tourist destination. At the Tulum site there are three important monuments of interest. The Castillo, the fresco temple and the temple of the Descent God are the three most renowned of these. One of the more eye-catching is the fresco temple, which contains a lower galleria and a smaller one on the second floor.
Frescoes' sanctuary was used as an observation point to observe the movement of the solar energy. Niche figures of the Maya "diving god" or the Venus goddess adorn the façade of the church. The " dive gods " are also represented in the dive gods sanctuary in the centre of the complex.
On top of the west side entry is a plaster statue of the "diving god", which gives the name to the sanctuary. On the east face there is still a murals reminiscent of a Mexican highland painting, the so-called Mixteca-Puebla painting, although the visitor is not allowed to use it.
In Tulum, both coast and country roads met. Several artefacts found in or near the site show contact with areas throughout Central Mexico and Central America. Salts and fabrics were among the goods transported to Tulum by ship by merchants and scattered throughout the interior of the country.
There are a large number of caverns in the Tulum area such as Maya Blue, Naharon, Temple of Doom, Tortuga, Vacaha, Grand Cenote, Abejas, Nohoch Kiin and Carwash caverns and many more. Hurricane Roxanne hit Tulum in 1995, causing 115 miles per hour blow.
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