Maya Calendars Calculator

Converts from Western calendar to Tzolk'in, Haab' and Long Count calendars used in the Maya civilization.

Maya Calendars
Western calendar
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Tzolk'in calendar
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Haab' calendar
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Long Count calendar
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The Long Count calendar ends in 5200 Mayan year. (≒5125 solar years)
The last date "12.19.19.17.19" will be "December 20, 2012".
and It is rumored that "the human race perish at the next day" .

1 long count=13 baktun=1872000 days≒5125 solar years
1 baktun=20 k'atun=144000 days(≒400 years)
1 k'atun=20 tun=7200 days(≒20 years)
1 tun=18 winal=360 days(≒1 year)
1 winal=20 k'in=20 days(≒1 month)

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