Episode #1, Scene 2

Pyramid of Kukulkan, Chichen Itza

Towering over the ancient city of Chichen Itza at 24 meters high is the
Pyramid of Kukulkan, the god-man known to the Toltecs and Aztecs
as Quetzalcoatl or "Plumed Serpent". The Spanish called it El Castillo.
This step-pryamid is designed as a calendar in stone. Each of the four sides
have 91 steps, including the top this equals 365 steps the number of days
in a calendar year or Haab in Mayan. The Maya are obsessed with the
cycles of Time; the blood of humans sacrificed at the top of Kukulkan
being deemed neccessary to insure the continuation and renewal
of the World

Kukulkan (60k)

View from Warriors (60k)

Tomb of the High Priest (60k)

Visit the CWJ Bijou (QT 435k).

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