The front of El Castillo faces west, while overlooking a pleasant shaded plaza offering access to a sacbé leading to the entrance. During a second phase of construction, its first temple was covered and 2 levels were added, topped by a temple. This work has been dated to the middle of the 11th century. The plaza is covered in the remains of a number of altars. Muyil was named after the small lagoon about 500 metres to the east.
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mirosu (8046) 2013-09-19 4:20
This is excellently captured temple from very well selected viewpoint. The view from lover angle makes the temple majestic and dominant. The light is perfect, the contrast against blue sky excellent. Well done.
Periko (1377) 2013-09-19 20:09
This is a very beautiful temple. I like the details and the lighting.
I was there in 1997