Uxmal (pronounced “oosh-MAHL”) is a World Heritage site, one of the most visited, and said by some to be the most attractive of the archaeological sites. It is located about halfway between Campeche and Merida in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, and is visited by thousands annually. It is one of the best-restored and maintained archaeological parks and is home to magnificent examples of puuc architecture and construction.

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Dzibilchaltún (pronounced Ts’íibil Cháaltun) is a comparatively small Maya archaeological site in the Mexican state of Yucatán, approximately 10 miles north of the state capital Mérida. It is in the extreme north of the Maya Region, not far from the Gulf of Mexico. The site has been continuously occupied for about 3,000 years up until the arrival of the Spanish, and is known to be the longest functioning city of the Mayan world.

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