Archaeological Sites in Yucatán and Campeche States

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Archaeological Sites in Yucatán and Campeche States

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Aké
Aké, a compact archaeological site 35 km (22 mi) southeast of...
Archaeological Sites Mérida
 
Becán
An interesting feature of this once-important city is its defensive...
Archaeological Sites Becán
 
Chicanná
Thought to have been a satellite community of the larger, more...
Archaeological Sites Chicanná
 
Chichén Itzá
One of the most dramatically beautiful of the ancient Maya cities...
Archaeological Sites Chichén Itzá
 
Dzibilchaltún
Dzibilchaltún (dzi-bil-chal-tun), which means "the place with...
Archaeological Sites Dzibilchaltún
 
Edzná
A leaf-strewn nature trail winds slowly toward the ancient heart...
Archaeological Sites Edzná
 
Ek Balam
What's most stunning about the large Ek Balam ("black jaguar")...
Archaeological Sites Ek Balam
 
Hochob
The small Mayan ruin of Hochob is an excellent example of the...
Archaeological Sites Hochob
 
Hormiguero
Bumping down the badly potholed, 8-km (5-mi) road leading to...
Archaeological Sites Hormiguero
 
Kabah
The most important buildings at Kabah, which means "lord of the...
Archaeological Sites Kabah
 
Kinich Kakmó
The Kinich Kakmó pyramid is the largest pre-Hispanic building...
Archaeological Sites Izamal
 
Labná
The striking monumental structure at Labná (which means "old...
Archaeological Sites Labná
 
Mayapán
Those who are enamored with Yucatán and the ancient Maya may...
Archaeological Sites Ticul
 
Oxkintoc
The archaeological site of Oxkintoc (osh-kin-tok) is 5 km (3...
Archaeological Sites Oxkintoc
 
Santa Rosa Xtampak
A fabulous example of the zoomorphic architectural element of...
Archaeological Sites Santa Rosa Xtampak
 
Sayil
Experts believe that Sayil, or "place of the red ants," flourished...
Archaeological Sites Sayil
 
Uxmal Ruins
Although much of Uxmal hasn't been restored, the following buildings...
Archaeological Sites Uxmal
 
Xcambo
Surrounded by a plantation where disease-resistant coconut trees...
Archaeological Sites Xcambo
 
Xpujil
Xpujil (meaning "cat's tail," and pronounced ish-poo-hil) gets...
Archaeological Sites Xpujil
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