Mexican Archaeologists have discovered a second mysterious sub-structure (Mini Pyramid) located within the Mayan pyramid of Kukulcan, in Chichen Itza which dates back between 550 and 800 AD, reports indicate it measures 13 meters in height and 18 meters in width.
Interestingly in 1930, excavations revealed another ‘structure’ located within the pyramid which contained a red Jaguar throne.
During a press conference, experts from the National Autonomous University of Mexico and the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), commented that the geophysical tests applied to the so-called ‘El Castillo Pyramid’ – also called Kukulcan – revalidate the presence of an ancient cenote under the pyramid, whose discovery was announced in August 2015.
New analysis of the Pyramid of Kukulkan has allowed experts to make a fascinating discovery: There is another Pyramid located withing the Pyramid of Kukulakn at Chichen Itza. Experts say that the structure appeared to have a staircase and perhaps an altar at the top.