The Governor’s Palace is the most grand palace in the ancient city of Uxmal. It is approximately 1,000 square meters in size. The stone carvings on his outer wall have exquisite feather snake god masks, which are very mysterious. This was an important place of worship in the ancient city of Uxmal at that time. It should be the core place of worship in the ancient city, which is very different.
The Governor’s Palace is one of the main buildings in the ancient city of Uxmal. The palace is very large in scale. Built on a tall station. This place should be the office and residence of the chief executive in the previous Mayan civilization. It is very stylish.
Leaving the court, on the high platform in the distance, you can see a quadrangular conjoined building-the Palace of the Rulers. Step up the stairs and reach the uppermost platform of the Palace of the Rulers. The view here is wide, Uxmal's Most of the buildings come into view. As the pinnacle of the Puke style, the Palace of the Rulers is surrounded by an outer wall of about 100 meters. Part of the exterior wall of the palace is decorated with a geometrically designed Chak head pattern and inlaid with gravel. Other indistinguishable geometric patterns. Apart from the door, the Siamese building has no windows. Maybe the ancient Mayans thought that the door is the best window.
The Governor’s Palace is located to the north of the Divining Pyramid. It uses polished limestone as the main material. It is the most magnificent and exquisite building in Uxmal and even the entire existing Mayan civilization. Along the wide steps in the center of the high platform on the ground floor, you can enter the palace to visit. The exterior walls of the entire palace are decorated with carved stone blocks, feather snake god masks and other god masks that are lifelike and breathtaking.
This is the same place as a government in the ancient Maya period. It feels like a modern government. The governor’s office looks very rudimentary now. It is a place of great historical value and is well preserved.