Archeological sites

El Tigre

Campeche

With impressive constructions, it’s supposed that El Tigre (The Tiger) corresponds to the Itzamkanack of the historical sources, capital of Acala...

Hochob

Campeche

Like in other settlements in the Chenes region, Hochob began to be inhabited since 300 CE and built on a 30-meter height...

Hormiguero

Campeche

The main architectural characteristic of the site is a building whose façade is divided in three, with a big figurehead...

Kankí

Campeche

This site has standing monumental architecture of the Puuc style in its earliest expressions, which enhances its magnificence with vegetation surro...

Tabasqueño

Campeche

The main buildings of Tabasqueño are distributed in three groups whose constructions indicate characteristics of the Chenes architectural style. I...

Calakmul

Campeche

Calakmul is the most important city in the Classic Maya Period and along with Tikal and Palenque led the political organ...

Santa Rosa Xtampak

Campeche

The site is considered as one of the most important regional capital of the Chenes region. It is consisted of several altars, stelae carved with ev...

Xcalumkín

Campeche

Xcalumkín was an important Mayan settlement of the Classical period, its remains are extended on an average area of 10 square kilometers (4 square...

Chunhuhub

Campeche

It belongs to Puuc architectural style; the buildings of the site are characterized for combining harmonically light and dark sectors in their faç...

Chicanná

Campeche

Chicanná is the site with the largest number of Río Bec (Bec River) architectural style buildings in good state of pre...

Becán

Campeche

It is located within the Río Bec region, characterized by architecture with big checkered board panels, plus tall and narrow towers on the sides o...

Edzná

Campeche

Edzna is consisted of a large sequence of constructions throughout over 15 centuries. The earlier buildings have element...

Balamkú

Campeche

This site has a modeled and painted stucco frieze, unique in the Mayan area, which was created between 550 and 600 CE. On the frieze are aspects of...

Xpuhil

Campeche

One of the standing up elements in the site is the Structure 1, which is atypical regarding its architecture since it pr...

Dzibilnocac

Campeche

It’s first inhabitants date from around 300 years BC, when a Mayan community with simple buildings was established in a large valley in Chenes re...

Tohcok

Campeche

A small site of the Classical Period (300-900 CE). An inhabitable structure with Puuc stylistic influence, with some elements of Chenes, can be see...


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