Its not the only one in chichen itza but its the huge and well conserved one!
Just really hard to imaging how they can play in those fields and insert the ball on the hook,Its a beautiful and huge piece of mayan architecture with an amazing engineering features,
if you hire a guide he can show you and explain you everything about this place, the sculptures, the signification of the drawing on the wall and also how the game was played and the sacrificed to the goods is done at the end of the game.
Well deserve 30 min of your time to walk around and pay attention to the details.
I went there as part of an small tour arranged with flaviotours, great guy and excellent customer service, my guide was Enrique very knowledgeable, nice and he can go to the details as deep as you want to.
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