Cultural importance

The city of Cobá was developed near five lakes that were a fundamental factor for its development and subsistence. With approximately 70km2 of extension, the city was communicated by extensive raised ways of stone, known in Mayan language like sacbé (white way), of variable length and width. The longest of them with 100 km., Arrives at the site of Yaxuná, very close to Chichén Itzá. The inhabitants of Cobá that did not belong to the powerful class, resided in the environs of the nucleus of the city, in houses very similar to those of the modern Mayans.


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