Ixmoja possesses a number of names - Nohoch Mul, Structure C-7, El Castillo. But this group of struggling tourists would describe it as one heck of a climb, both up and down. This is the way I like to see the top - through a telephoto lens at ground level. Here, to the left side of the main stairway is a second stairway that leads to a vaulted room, sorry no access, in whose interior a fragment of a stela is conserved. To the right side of the main stairway two adjacent rooms were built at differing levels, one at ground level and one at the height of the first section. Back at the top, the Xaibé may be seen, along with the vegetation that covers many of the structures of this ancient city.
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