The sacred site of Chichen-Itza in Mexico was one of the greatest Mayan centres of the Yucatán peninsula. In it's 1000 year history, it's been handed around a bit. As a result it shows off Mayan construction techniques with new elements from central Mexico. If you've made the climb to the top. Good on you, you very fit person.
historicaldetailsandstuff: Al-Khazneh (“Treasury”), Petra, Jordan, second century AD. This rock-cut tomb facade is a prime example of Roman “baroque” architecture. The designer used Greek architectural elements in a purely ornamental fashion and with a studied disregard for Classical rules.