Temple at Mayan Ruins of Coba
Tourists climb the 120 steps of the temple structure known as La Iglesia (The Church). The small structure with the thatched roof in the foreground has been designated as Stela 11. Coba is an expansive Mayan site on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula not far from the more famous Tulum ruins. Nestled between two lakes, Coba is estimated to have been home to at least 50,000 residents at its pre-Colombian peak.
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- Coba Mayan Ruins / Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico