The Mayan built step pyramid called 'El Castillo' was built for religious purposes, and used as an alter to worship the Mayan God, Kukulcan. It was built between the 11th and 13th centuries AD.
There are a lot of El Castillos, but the original was built in Chichan Itza, Mexico.
El Castillo is a Meso-American step pyramid that was built by the Mayan civilization between the 9th and 12th centuries. The pyramid is thought to have been built as a tribute to their god Kukulkan, a feathered serpent deity.
Don Juan Pacheco, marqes de Villena, built it
It was built by the Maya civilisation sometime between the 9th and 12th centuries AD
El Castillo is in Chichén Itza. Where specifically? I don't know...
The population of El Castillo - municipality - is 19,864.
it was built around the 9th and 11th century so is approximately 1000 years old.
El Castillo has 91 steps on each of it's four sides.
el castillo de arena el castillo= castle arena= sand
A day of the year. There are 365 steps on the el castillo pyramid.
'El castillo' is a Spanish word that means 'castle.'
what problems did mayans face when building el castillo
It was built between the 11th and 13th century. Construction began in 1456 by order of the marquis de Villena, Don Juan Pacheco
El Castillo de los monstruos was created in 1964.
El Castillo de las Guardas's population is 1,619.
Per Wikipedia: El *Castillo de Chichen Itza is 24 metres high + 6 metres for the temple, the square base is 55.3 metres * El Castillo = the Castle; la costilla = the rib
Enrique Moreno Castillo has written: 'En el rumor del fondo' 'Sobre el sentido de \\'
it is located in meso America