El Castillo: Chichén Itzá
El Castillo (or “The Castle” in English) stands about 80 feet tall in UNESCO World Heritage-recorded Chichén Itzá, an antiquated Maya city in southeastern Mexico. The pyramid has four sides with 91 stars on each, bringing the all-out stair check to 365 (counting the top advance of the stage) to speak to the number of days in the sun oriented year.
Throughout the spring and harvest time equinoxes, the sun throws shadows that take after a snake crawling down the stairs. While visiting the city, explorers can likewise observe a ball court where antiquated occupants messed around, alongside a sanctuary and a corridor.