Uxmal the ruined city

Uxmal the ruined city

Uxmal is 78 kilometers south of Yucatan and it is a large pre-Columbian ruined city of the Maya civilization. Pronounced like 'oosh-mahl' in English, this place has the meaning of 'Built Three Times', Uxmal has the most complex examples of the regional Puuc-styled architecture and the magnificent pyramids and structures make it a popular destination. Uxmal's Noteworthy Buildings Some noteworthy buildings are the Governor's Palace, the Adivino, the Nunnery Quadrangle and the large Ballcourt... [ read more ]