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Valladolid

On top of the Mayan city of Zací ...

Valladolid


Valladolid is located 160 km east of the city of Mérida. It was founded on the ruins of the Mayan city of Zací, which means “white hawk” in Mayan.
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Located in eastern Yucatan, the city of Valladolid was founded in 1543 by Francisco de Montejo "the nephew", giving it that name, alluding to the Castilian city called in the same way.

CASTE WAR

The city of Valladolid was the scene of two very relevant historical events: the caste war in 1847 against the cupule rebels and the beginning of the Mexican revolution in 1910.
Among the main attractions in the city are the municipal palace, the church of San Servacio, the convent of San Bernardino de Siena, the Zací cenote, the Xkekén cenote and the Samulá cenote.
To the north and very close to the city, are the Ek Balam Archaeological Zone and the Xcanahaltún cenote, two places that you cannot miss.
Mayantours San Servacio Church Valladolid

San Servacio Valladolid

Mayantours Downtown Square Valladolid

Downtown Square Valladolid

Mayantours San Servacio Church Valladolid

San Servacio Valladolid

Mayantours San Servacio Church Downtown Valladolid

San Servacio Downtown Valladolid

Mayantours San Servacio Church Valladolid

San Servacio Valladolid

Mayantours San Servacio Church Valladolid

San Servacio Valladolid

"On top of the Mayan city of Zaci"
Valladolid

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