Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico. Uploaded to YouTube May 13, 2008, by National Geographic.
This informative and well-shot video explains the disappearance of the Maya people from their magnificent ancient city in the jungles of Latin America.
The Maya were a tribe in the south of Mexico, now known as the Yucatan Peninsula and Guatemala, who were dominated by the stronger Aztecs.
The Maya built the clever, beautiful pyramids and other structures of Uxmal, Chichen Itza and Tikal (Guatemala), while Aztec mismanagement and poor leadership resulted in the capture of the country by the far inferior forces of Cortez. More...