Chichén Itzá

The ruins are divided into two groups. One group belongs to the clas­sic Maya Peri­od and was built between the 7th and 10th cen­tur­ies A.D., at which time the city became a prom­in­ent cere­mo­ni­al cen­ter. The oth­er group cor­res­ponds to the Maya-Tol­tec Peri­od, from the later part of the 10th cen­tury to the begin­ning of the 13th century.
The site exhib­its a mul­ti­tude of archi­tec­tur­al styles, from what is called “Mex­ic­an­ized” and remin­is­cent of styles seen in cent­ral Mex­ico to the Puuc style found among the Puuc Maya of the north­ern lowlands.

Our digit­al recon­struc­tion con­cen­trates on most of the build­ings at the inner area, which is often called Chichén Nuevo.

Maya3D — Digit­al Recon­struc­tions of Chichen Itza



Watch all 3D Reconstructions in “TimeTours: Chichén Itzá”

TimeTours: Chichen ItzaTime­Tours is not just a typ­ic­al guide­book. Instead, this vir­tu­al trip through time aims to bring the past back to life using our mod­ern 3D recon­struc­tions. In Cooper­a­tion with Time­Tours we developed an iPhone/iPad-app, which offers a wealth of images and anim­a­tions about the Site Chichen Itza. It also includes com­par­ing “Now&Then-time win­dows” of all major struc­tures, 360°-Panoramas as well many information.

Time­Tours: Chichén Itzá” is the first part of at least 3 Apps also fea­tur­ing Uxmal and Palenque.

Web­site of the App

Down­load at iTunes