La inglesia de Dzibilchaltun

La inglesia de Dzibilchaltun

This is actually one of the standing spanish pieces of the archeological site, and it represents the direct force and influence that the conquistadors finally developed within the mayan population. The Yucatan was actually the last area of Mexico to be conquered, this was due to its nigh impenetrable gulf coast and its incredibly dense interior jungle. When these conquistadors finally did reach the main bulk of the mayan population, they quickly realized that these people did not have an enormous wealth in gold and jewels as they had desired from them. So instead, the spanish enslaved them through various means to eventually work the haciendas and other agricultural operations that would bring the Yucatan fame within the world of commerce.


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