By Nick Rideer
Путеводитель по Канкуну и полуострову Юкатан из серии Eyewitness go back and forth best 10 (на английском языке). Мексиканский полуостров Юкатан известен восхитительной природой и большим количеством достопримечательностей, в том числе архитектурными памятниками, сохранившимся со времен цивилизации майя. Решив посетить Юкатан, в том числе город Канкун - крупнейший населенный пункт полуострова, не забудьте взять с собой этот путеводитель. Он поможет вам сориентироваться в развлечениях, местах отдыха и достопримечательностях региона. В красочном издании есть информация о пляжах для отдыха, подводного плавания и серфинга, памятниках цивилизации майя, лучших курортах и клубах, местах детского отдыха, исторических колониальных городах, парках дикой природы, лучших местах для любителей рыбалки, а также справочная информация (карты, сведения об отелях, общественном питании и т.д.).
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Akumal A lovely area that extends through beautiful, sweeping bays of white sands and gentle seas. Some big hotels have opened, but along most of the bays are secluded condo apartments and villas. It’s an excellent diving center (see also pp47 & 88). Celestún Most tourists go to Celestún only to see its flamingos (see p49), but it’s also a tranquil village with an endless white-sand beach lined by fishing boats. There are some very enjoyable beach restaurants (see p111) and often wonderful sunsets over the Gulf of Mexico (see also p105).
The game was viewed as symbolic of the cycle of life, and the court represented the world. While games had important religious significance, it is known that men also placed bets on the results. 25 The Yucatán’s Top 10 Mérida The most languidly tropical of Mexico’s colonial cities, Mérida is a town of whitewashed façades, Moorishstyle Spanish houses with deliciously shady, palm-filled patios, tall and plain 17th-century churches, and an unhurried street life. It is also at the center of the Yucatán’s distinctive culture, making it the best place to see and shop for traditional crafts and souvenirs.
35 The Yucatán’s Top 10 Left Mayan writing Center Fort at Campeche Right Mexican revolutionary poster Moments in Yucatán History 2000 BC–AD 100: Early Cultures The Maya emerge in the Yucatán perhaps as early as 2000 BC. But it is not until 300 BC–AD 100 that the distinctive characteristics of their culture appear – such as a writing system, calendar, and city states. For these attributes, the Maya owe much to the first great culture of Ancient Mexico, the Olmecs, who thrived between 1500 and 300 BC.